Deborah Fladgate

Deborah Fladgate’s fluid deceptively simple forms have a restraint and balance that recalls some of those timeless creations in the history of glass – from Greek and Roman and Syro-Palestinian bowls to the best of Scandinavian Modernism. Like Pauline Solven, she has borrowed liberally from nature; the waters of the sea, the wind and the skies have stimulated the particular forms of her sand-blasted, cut and fire polished surfaces. Fladgate successfully conveys the almost liquid clarity and freshness of our Northern shores on her abstract terms.




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