Scottish artist Graham Muir designed a series of colorful glass bowls that mimic the shape of moving waves. For many artists, nature provides an unlimited wealth of inspiration. This series draws its inspiration from the beauty and mystery of the sea.
Muir's collection features a series of colorful glass sculptures that mimic the look of ocean waves. Each of the glass bowls are made from larger pieces that give the dishes their final shape. The unusual shapes and angles create the illusion that the waves have been frozen in time and preserved for the viewer. The intricate process also involves the addition of colorful hues, which help to enhance the illusion of movement.
The series demonstrates how artists can transform natural phenomena into stunning works of art.