Fused glass designer’s show at Radlett Centre

11:01 30 January 2014

Eva Edery and Tree of Life

Eva Edery and Tree of Life

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Fused glass designer Eva Edery is exhibiting her new collection at the Radlett Centre next month.

From Monday, February 3, until February 28, the exhibition, entitled To Life!, will focus on explorations of the Tree of Life as well as Eva’s Abstract Art series.

An international artist who has studied in Morocco, Spain, France, Germany, Israel and the UK, Eva founded Crescendo Art in 2012 to promote the field of fused glass which is a relatively new artistic discipline.

The versatility of fused glass allows the integration of coloured glass, metals, paints, recycled pieces and artificial lighting to provide a unique contemporary look. Eva’s creations include home and corporate décor, lighting, clocks, Judaica, recycled pieces, mirrors, frames, tiles and splash backs.

To view her art, visit www.crescendo-art.co.uk.

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