There is an ethereal elegance imbued into the glass sculptures of Niyoko Ikuta. Her shapes take on the precision of an architect yet appear delicate like a naturally occurring ice crystal. In her own words, “The image that impresses itself on the viewer represents the true and final nature of my work.” While there is no substitute to viewing these dynamic works in person, we have selected an assortment of Niyoko’s sculptures as shown by the Yufuku Gallery in Tokyo . We hope you enjoy.
According to Dustin Yellin, the process behind his three-dimensional collages is a lot like making “glass sandwiches.” However, The process is anything but simple. In his most recent body of work called “Psychogeographies,” Yellin arranges found objects, magazine clippings, computer generated images, acrylic, resin, and glass into a series of layers that are “sandwiched” together. The end result is a fantastic multidimensional exploration into form and dystopia.