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David Hockney Tribute - Peter Layton

Woldgate Woods by Peter Layton of London Glassblowing created in collaboration with The Royal Academy to celebrate David Hockney's Exhibition

Gorgeous

A complex pattern in the Tahiti range, accentuated by the long slender shape of this gorgeous ovoid. A wonderfully elegant piece from Peter Layton.

Red Burano Pair, Peter Layton, 2014. Represented at COLLECT by The Gallery at London Glassblowing. Photo: Ester Seggara

Red Burano Pair, Peter Layton, Represented at COLLECT by The Gallery at London Glassblowing.

Peter Layton produces individual pieces of decorative glass in sculptural and functional forms. The work is free blown, permitting a greater degree of involvement and attention to detail than is possible on standardised production and ensuring the individuality of each piece. It is the studio's philosophy that each object should be unique and signed by the artist.

Peter Layton produces individual pieces of decorative glass in sculptural and functional forms. The work is free blown, permitting a greater degree of involvement and attention to detail than is possible on standardised production and ensuring the individuality of each piece. It is the studio's philosophy that each object should be unique and signed by the artist.

Spirale stone form, one off small by Peter Layton, via Flickr

Free blown glass Spirale The complex technique was developed here at the studio through months of experimentation. The pattern spirals around on both sides of the piece, creating an intriguing and beautiful and wonderfully unpredictable result.