The ocean sculptures of Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker would steal anyone's breath away. Although impressive artists in their own right, the husband and wife duo have come together to create a series of tidal wave interpretations of a glass that could easily fool a person into believing they were the real thing. That is, if the ocean sculptures weren't resting on a counter instead of being found in nature.
With a focus on form and color, the ocean sculptures reflect the gradient shades of cerulean and the powerful force of waves. Painstakingly made by hand out of hot glass, My Modern Met writes, "Whether in the form of an avant-garde vase or a solid sculpture of a surging wave, each splendid work of art embodies the true beauty of the ocean."
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