Stephen Pon’s residency at the Hot Shop will culminate with the unveiling of his residency piece, ‘Tower of Babel’ a six foot sculpture in clear Kiln Cast glass.
Stephen has spent his time at the Duncan McClellan studio sculpting, working his magic and using ancient techniques to create a series of molds, finally placing the piece in the kiln for a fifteen-days to heat up and then cool down for a full annealing cycle.
We are so excited to see the final reveal of all the hard work this piece represents and to support Stephen Pon’s vision coming to life.
About Stephen Pon
Since the end of his studies at Espace Verre in 2000, Stephen has taken the risk of focusing solely on his art and has invested himself full time in the realization of unique glass sculptures. His artistic career is constantly enriched by his vision and tireless work. His perseverance, originality and technical mastery allow him to be represented by specialized art galleries both in Canada and the United States, to be part of several major public and private collections, to exhibit his work in solo or with a group of like minded artists in specialized venues. He has also been the subject of publications, and was featured in the German magazine, GlassHouse. Stephen Pon has also won several recognition awards and has represented Canada at prestigious national and international craft shows.
Stephen Pon’s work ‘Babel’ is a three foot sculpture
Now on view now at the Gallery
Join us in the Gallery as we celebrate the unveiling of Stephen Pon’s residency piece, a six foot sculpture in kiln cast glass titled ‘Tower of Babel’