'It is always based on what I see, what is touching me.’ For more than fifty years, Klaus Moje devoted his life to the art of glass. He called it the ‘most seductive’ medium, and in his hands it had the power to delight and amaze collectors around the world. His lifetime’s work changed the practice and appreciation of contemporary glass. Moje’s philosophy of ‘working into the hopeful’ and his passion for the colour and geometry he saw in the natural world shone through his kilnformed glass works, a technique he pioneered. In Glass: The life and art of Klaus Moje, art historian Nola Anderson celebrates the creativity and artistic spirit of this remarkable artist.
Hardcover, 240 pages, 9.5 x 11 x 1 inches.
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