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Origins: Interpreting my Sources Peter Layton Exhibition Catalogue 1 - 31 August 2019


This year’s title ‘Origins: Interpreting my Sources’ explores areas of inspiration; things seen or imagined while travelling, beachcombing or simply gazing at the sea or sky provide starting points for new creative ventures. Waves, mountains, clouds, markets - as in ‘Marrakech’ and landscapes as in ‘Prairie’, have inspired new works of which I am extremely proud. I’m really enjoying, as much as I ever did, the experimental making process and finding new directions to explore.

Peter Layton


WAVES


Waves Hotsculpted Glass Left: £1,800 Centre: £2,150 Right: £1,750 Series Photo credit: Ester Segarra


Hokusai’s famous ‘Great Wave’ was my source of inspiration for this series. I explored a variety of forms, colours and techniques in an attempt to interpret the qualities I admire. Among these is a sense of frozen movement which is also an intrinsic element of the process of working with hot glass. As the glass cools it requires crucial decisions in order to capture a particular form, by allowing the glass to freeze in that moment.

Wave H 28 cm Hotsculpted Glass £2,150


Wave H 33 cm Hotsculpted Glass £2,250


PYRAMIDS

The Pyramids in this exhibition are achieved through a variety of processes. The am result of prolonged heating and gravity during kiln firing. The others are created on enormously is the Zen-like loss of control of the colour disperson in both processe form.

Cast Pyramid H 16 cm x W 16 cm x D 16 cm Cast, cut and polished glass ÂŁ3,200


morphous, flowing, internal colour in the Cast Pyramids is the spontaneous n the blowing iron, before being cut and polished. What appeals to me es, particularly in contrast to the polished hard-edged surfaces of the exterior

Cast Pyramid H 12 cm x W 28 cm x D 17 cm Cast, cut and polished glass ÂŁ3,500


Red Atlantis Pyramids H 27 cm x W 18 cm Hotworked, cut and polished glass ÂŁ4,100 each. ÂŁ7,800 for pair. Series Photo credit: Ester Segarra.


Red Atlantis Pyramid H 34 cm x W 17 cm Hotworked, cut and polished glass ÂŁ4,500


Lava Pyramid H 30 cm x W 19 cm Hotworked, cut and polished glass ÂŁ3,800


Dark Blue Icecap H 32 cm x W 23 cm Hotworked, cut and polished glass £3,250


Blue Smoke H 38 cm x W 24 cm Hotworked, cast, cut and polished glass ÂŁ7,500


MARRAKECH

Away from the heat and exotic smells of the Casbah, the glorious hustle, bustle an created in the 1930's, this magnificent garden was restored during the 1980's by Y walls in 'Majorelle Blue', and its incredible collection of cacti of all shapes and size


nd jostle of the Souks, lies the Jardin Majorelle, a living work of art. Originally Yves St Laurent. Art Deco in style it is famed for the intensity of its painted es brought together from all parts of the globe.

Marrakech Group Freeblown Glass Series Photo Credit: Alick Cotterill


Marrakech Droppers Freeblown Glass Left: H 31 cm x W 16 cm x D 7 cm £550 Right: H 26 cm x W 18 cm x D 7 cm £490

Marrakech Stoneforms Freeblown Glass Left: H28 cm x W 23 cm x D 9 cm £620 Right: H 19 cm x W 15 cm x D 6 cm £490

Marrakech Stoneforms Freeblown Glass Left: H29 cm x W 18 cm x D 8 cm £650 Right: H 22 cm x W 18 cm x D 6 cm £520


Marrakech Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 26 cm x W 28 cm x D 13 cm £1,100

Marrakech Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 24 cm x W 24 cm x D 9 cm £1,200

Marrakech Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 27 cm x W 18 cm x D 9 cm £800


MARRAKECH DEVELOPMENT PIEC

This year, in my annual show, we are featuring, at lower prices, high quality si here is an example of the Cactus shape that we are still working on.

Marrakech Development Spheres Freeblown Glass Please enquire for dimensions Left: £190 Right: £290

Marrakech Development Vessel Freeblown Glass Please enquire for dimensions Left: £390 Right: £290


CES

igned development pieces that occur during the design phases. Included

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Marrakech Development Cactus Vase Freeblown Glass Please enquire for dimensions ÂŁ880


PRAIRIE

Prairie was partly inspired by an urge to combine the best aspects of two very suc Mirage explored the movement and colours of the shifting sands in the dunes aro achieve a range of gorgeous earth tones that merge with dark, almost ethereal ski

Prairie Group Freeblown Glass Series Photo Credit: Alick Cotterill


ccessful series: Ebb Tide and Mirage. Ebb Tide was a dark, moody seascape, while ound Petra. With continuing input from my wonderful team I have been able to ies and at best convey the boundless expanse of the prairie.


Prairie Tall Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 40 cm x W cm x D cm £2,350


Prairie Very Large Bowl Freeblown Glass H 25 cm x W 23 cm x D 23 cm £2,250


Prairie Tall Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 26 cm x W 18 cm x D 7 cm £890


Prairie Tall Dropper Freeblown Glass H 30 cm x W 16 cm x D 7 cm £920


Prairie Tall Open Form Freeblown Glass H 31 cm x W 17 cm x D 17 cm £2,450

Prairie Tall Open Form Freeblown Glass H 32 cm x W 17 cm x D 17 cm £2,450


Prairie Organic Dropper Freeblown Glass H 25 cm x W 22 cm x D 8 cm £1,300

Prairie Wide Dropper Freeblown Glass H 33 cm x W 25 cm x D 12 cm £1,950


PRAIRIE DEVELOPMENT PIECES

This year, in my annual show, we are featuring, at lower prices, high quality si pointers along the way towards the final design and we have included some o

Prairie Development Tall Stoneform Freeblown Glass H 24 cm x W 16 cm x D 7 cm £380

Prairie Development Large St Freeblown Glass H 26 cm x W 16 cm x D 7 cm £620


igned development pieces that occur during the design phases. They were of these which I consider to be really beautiful pieces.

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Prairie Development Large Dropper Freeblown Glass H 26 cm x W 15 cm x D 7 cm ÂŁ420


MOUNTAINS

First Intention VIII H 40 cm x W 25 cm x D 6 cm Cast glass with deep carving £3,875 Photo credit: Richard Jackson


Mountain with Clouds II Blown, spun and bonded glass H 23 cm x W 23 cm x D 23 cm ÂŁ2,750 Photo Credit: Ester Segarra


On arrival in Tacoma for a residency in 2016, I discarded my making plan My plans changed instantly and we began by blowing into wet paper mou exploring ways to achieve the visual qualities of clouds. I am excited by th

Mountain with Clouds I Blown, spun and bonded glass H 25 cm x W 28 cm x D 25 cm ÂŁ2,900


for the week, after catching sight of Mount Rainier crowned by clouds. ulds to create the rugged mountain form, and ever since, I have been hese latest versions with spun glass clouds atop icy mountains.

Blue Mountain with Clouds Blown, spun and bonded glass H 16 cm x W 22 cm x D 22 cm ÂŁ2,450


EARTH, WIND AND FIRE Earth, Wind and Fire is a series that Peter is currently developing from his previous series Paradiso.

Freeblown Please enquire for dimensions Series prices range from ÂŁ190 to ÂŁ470


STRIPES


This series came into being while Peter was developing his Tiger series shown below.

Stripes Freeblown Please enquire for dimensions From ÂŁ190 - ÂŁ380

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