In their sculptures, Dari Gordon and Bruce Pizzichillo use found objects and recycled materials. Bruce has a particular fondness for rusty metal. Their blown glass pieces, on the other hand, are made of “just” glass.
The artists make use of many Italian glassworking techniques ? such as incalmo and “broken trail,” a technique that creates a series of dots on the surface of a piece. Their goal is not to blow traditional Italian glass, though, but to use the techniques in their own modern way, updating them to suit their needs.
The Pizzichillo and Gordon Gallery: