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'Tomb' is a contemporary work that draws inspiration from imagery painted in Roman frescos that adorned bedrooms. Relating to and invoking dream states of consciousness.
Emma Camden is a full time Glass Artist, who has received a high level of critical acclaim for her work with major national and international awards. She was the first New Zealand artist to win the RFC Glass Prize (now Ranamok).
Emma has exhibited widely and in recent years been invited to present exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Demark, America and Hong Kong as well making numerous contributions to group exhibitions. More recently she has accepted invitations to teach in both Australia and Canada. Originally from Portsmouth, England, Camden studied glass at the University of Sunderland where she gained a BA (hons) before immigrating to New Zealand. Her work is held in a number of national and international collections.
Cast using the lost wax process. Gaffer Lead Crystal.
Dimensions: H: 280 x W: 230 x D: 190mm