What the eye sees
- The gorgeous Golden Tear Drop is influenced by the study of 16th century theory of how the eye sees when responding to light.
- This fascinating piece has a delicate yet sculptural presence and showcases materials and craftsmanship that are truly exquisite.
- The tear-shaped bronze armature holds a hand-blown globe with hand-cut windows and two faceted lenses that frame the bulb in an upside-down projection of light.
Alison Berger Glassworks
Alison Berger fuses nature and architecture to create unique, iconic glass pieces. She studied glass blowing for more than 25 years and apprenticed with sculptor Dale Chihuly. Her innovative work is featured in the Corning Museum permanent collection and has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's National Design Triennial. Each piece is hand blown, annealed for two to three days, and then hand-finished and, in some cases, hand-etched. HOLLY HUNT has cherished her best-in-class partnership for more than 20 years.
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