Yonehara, Shinji
May 2006
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2006, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p582
Academic Journal
The article presents a picture of three glass spirals made by glass artist Shinji Yonehara. The three spirals combine the perfection and simplicity of the sphere coated with abstract forms resembling lava flows, comet tails, or harsh, wind-blown snowdrifts. It reflects the knowledge gained by the artist from studying the effects of volcanic ash on glass.


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