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Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

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Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

These spectacular and often gravity-defying sculptures by artist Graham Muir
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mimic ocean waves and large swirling bodies of water. The works you see below are the result of 9 years experience experimenting with glass, manipulating, bending and shaping the material into shapes that appear like ocean waves, something that Muir strives to achieve in his work.

The artist tries to imitate the beauty of the natural world whilst also capturing its scarier and more powerful side. To learn more about the process you can visit his blog here. You can also see more on his website.

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

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Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

Classic Glass Sculptures Mimic Crashing Ocean Waves And Water Bodies

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