Ellen Urselmann is a Dutch glass artist whose blown glass sculptures incorporate toys and medical ephemera.
Her glass bubbles are a way to capture the intangible: “a thought, a feeling, just in that one moment before it no longer tangible.” The fragility of the medium conveys “the tension between the future and the past.”
Urselmann’s work exists “between ever get and never have.” She poses the question: “How did we get here, what now…?” What now indeed.
Click through for more exquisite blown glass sculptures by Ellen Urselmann and a designer vinyl toy that Urselmann’s work brought to mind. (Guess what it is before you click!)
Happy Bubbles by Crazylabel
Monster Burp by Peskimo x Crazylabel
The studio of Ellen Urselmann is in the Limburg Baarlo. She works with various glass and art studios around the world including in Leerdam, Amsterdam, Cape Town and Derenburg.
In her studio she takes a fascinating quest along interesting objects, materials and various techniques.The objects of Urselmann mark this quest.
The workshop is the place where everything comes together.
Thoughts and ideas are transformed into tangible objects.