by Colleen Bryan
Photography by Hiroshi Yamano
Hiroshi Yamano uses his understanding of how perspective shapes his or her perception to create glass sculptures that offer fluid movement, dramatic confrontation, or frozen still life. He draws richly from his studies of ancient Japanese paintings and motifs and makes extensive use of silver leaf engraving and copper electroplating.
This article was originally published on page 8 of the November/December 2011 issue of Glass Art.