This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures

This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures

Jack Storms is a remarkable artist who works out of Los Angeles. He has mastered a phenomenally rare style of glass artwork combining lead crystal and dichroic glass using a cold-glass process. The number of glass artisans who work in this form of fine art can be counted on one hand.


"What I do is I don’t use any heat at all, I grind and grind and grind, and then I polish, that’s what separates me from everybody else. It’s much more difficult, and it takes a lot more time. But for me, the effects are just brilliant."


Because of the labor involved and the level of perfection each piece can take from 8 to 18 weeks to complete.


This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures

Drawing inspiration from his heart and his mind, at the heart of every lead crystal sculpture by Storms lays the theory of Fibonacci, the great mathematician who articulated the natural math seen in nature. From the scales of a pineapple’s skin to the repetition florets of a flower, Fibonacci numbers are discovered in the pattern of growth of each living thing in nature.


This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures




Visit Jack’s website here to see more of his work.

This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures This Artist Uses Fibonacci Ratios To Create Beautiful Glass Sculptures Reviewed by Katerina Pap on 3:14 PM Rating: 5

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