“Only art and science
make us suspect the existence of life to a higher level,
and maybe also instill hope thereof.” – Ludwig van Beethoven
Bronze sculpture, known for its longevity, continues into modern times as one of the materials of choice for monumental statuary.
Conceptually my interests are multiple and, as a result, my art has been diverse.
Mathematics and Movement, History and Horses, Vanitas and Victory - all fascinate me.
At once a solid and a liquid, both brittle and malleable, there is a glorious elemental contradiction in glass. Like pi, an irrational number, it is both complex yet commonplace. The process in which glass sculpture is moulded into existence is distinctly scientific in nature.
“THE FRAGILITY OF GLASS ECHOES THE FRAGILITY OF THE HUMAN MIND AND BODY.”
“THE PROCESS IN WHICH GLASS SCULPTURE IS MOULDED INTO EXISTENCE IS DISTINCTLY SCIENTIFIC IN NATURE.” –CHONAT GETZ
Chonat Getz began her career as an artist by working in the Blue Door Studio under Collin Cole learning various printmaking methods.