Breath Taking - Revealing a New Wave in British Glass Blowing Human breath on hot glass is an ancient method of manipulating material. In this exhibition it is used as a starting point to examine issues such as life, death, sound and movement in objectsas unexpected as a glass trombone and a hand grenade. The exhibition features seventeen pioneering and innovative contemporary makers plus five exemplary works from the Crafts Council collection. This is a Wrexham Year of Culture event

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Tags: glassblowing; art exhibition; oriel gallery; wrexham
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