David Reekie - The Protesters IV
David Reekie is one of the UK's foremost glass artists. Working as a glass sculptor who uses drawing and glass casting to express his unique vision of the human condition. His art can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, as well as in several other public collections in the United Kingdom.
The Protesters was the first collaboration with his daughter Morag and there were originally four in the series, this being number four.
Cast Glass with wood and painted board sign, it was made using the lost wax process, it stands approximately 35cm. 2017
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