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Mare Saare

Mare Saare Glassworker
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+372 56917079
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Patience meets passion

  • • Mare creates expressive and lively glass art
  • • She masters multiple glass working techniques
  • • Her work is inspired by her natural surroundings

Mare’s journey as a glass artist was inspired by Czech glass artist Pavel Hlava in 1971. She has studied in multiple specialised glass schools in different countries, working next to many prominent glass masters, and has even attended numerous international glass symposiums and exhibitions. During her career, she has invented her own unique and special techniques of fusing dry glass powder in sand and quartz moulds, that give her works exquisite forms. Most of her works are inspired by her surroundings, nature, and words and the pieces are filled with abstract flowing forms that certainly catch their viewers attention. Currently, she dedicates her time fully to personal projects, but sometimes finds the time to assists and teach other glass artists and designers in their work.

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Works

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Defining Chaos II

This delicate glass sculpture has been shaped by hand using a carefully mastered Pâte de verre technique of fusing glass in sand moulds. Mare’s works are strongly inspired by the imagery and thoughts of sundown and sunrise, a time when little seems as it is. Mare’s thoughts are scattered over her glass objects.

Diameter 38 cm

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Defining Fragility

This delicate glass sculpture has been shaped by hand using a carefully mastered Pâte de verre technique of fusing glass in sand moulds. Mare’s works are strongly inspired by the imagery and thoughts of sundown and sunrise, a time when little seems as it is.

Diameter 36 cm

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Defining Happiness

This delicate glass sculpture has been shaped by hand using a carefully mastered Pâte de verre technique of fusing glass in sand moulds. Mare’s works are strongly inspired by the imagery and thoughts of sundown and sunrise, a time when little seems as it is.

Diameter 38 cm

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Defining Hope

This delicate glass sculpture has been shaped by hand using a carefully mastered Pâte de verre technique of fusing glass in sand moulds. Mare’s works are strongly inspired by the imagery and thoughts of sundown and sunrise, a time when little seems as it is.

Diameter 36 cm

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Seasons: Winter

This delicate shell-like glass sculpture has been by fusing glass powders. Mare Saare’s works are strongly inspired by the imagery and thoughts of sundown and sunrise, a time when little seems as it is. Mare’s thoughts are scattered over the glass objects, thoughts that appear at a time of uncertainty and that are not intended to be read.

Diameter 25 cm

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