Additional, Selected Works Created by Lisa Naas

Themes of the body—with gesture, emotion, or sense—are almost always present in my work, especially in my solo projects, but also in collaborations. This includes 'Makers Marks' and the 'Sorrows' projects, where we tried to make glass more approachable and even touchable through interactive technologies. My work takes on a variety of forms, from sculpture to installation to film to hand-bound books, and while glass is always a primary medium, I choose the processes and format that best express the project concepts. For more details about my creative practice, please visit my creative practice page.

'Embodiment'

'Embodiment'

Kiln-formed Bullseye Glass, 2014

'Embodiment' detail

'Embodiment' detail

'Embodiment' in exhibition

'Embodiment' in exhibition

'Painted Veil'

'Painted Veil'

Kiln-formed, Bullseye Glass, 2014

'Painted Veil' detail

'Painted Veil' detail

'Mourning Lace'

'Mourning Lace'

Kiln-formed, Bullseye Glass, 2013 Finalist, "European Glass Experience" Collection: Museo del Vetro (Murano)

'Incidentally' detail

'Incidentally' detail

'Incidentally'

'Incidentally'

Kiln-formed, Bullseye Glass, 2014

'Model Fitting for The Fascinator'

'Model Fitting for The Fascinator'

'The Fascinator'

'The Fascinator'

Kiln-formed, Bullseye Glass, 2013 Finalist, "emerge 2014"

'Mourning Lace' detail

'Mourning Lace' detail

'Come Undone'

'Come Undone'

Detail of Interior Pages

'Come Undone'

'Come Undone'

Artist's Book, 2011 Materials include black and white prints, satin, silk, book board, pigskin

'Come Undone'

'Come Undone'

Detail of binding (right side)

'Self-Portrait'

'Self-Portrait'

Kiln-formed, Float Glass, 2010

'Shackles and Chains'

'Shackles and Chains'

Cast Glass Shackles & Flame-worked Chains, 2009

'Bound to Break'

'Bound to Break'

Artist's Book, 2009 Materials include black and white prints, paper, glass, satin, silk, book board

'Bound to Break'

'Bound to Break'

Detail of interior pages

'Bound to Break'

'Bound to Break'

Exhibited with kiln-cast glass hand holding the book

'Finding Time'

'Finding Time'

Blown Glass with Copper Lettering and Hand-tied Netting, 2008

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