Waysmith is intrigued by the limitless possibilities that exist in using colour and pattern via cane and murrine. His work is a documentation and exploration of the infinite world of glass.
Waysmith is inspired by musical analogies, finding the colour spectrum to be like an octave, and individual colours are like musical notes. When consciously arranged in a harmonious composition, beautiful music for the eyes can arise in glass via the interplay of light with pattern, colour and form.
“The process of consciously composing complex and intricate tessellating patterns in two dimensions, before expanding these into a three dimensional blown form is breathtaking and exhilarating at the same time.”