What a stunning paper weight crafted by the well known artist from Hot Stuff Glass Blowing Studio and Gallery Sean O’Donoghue. This piece is of a black lizard lazing on a red rock created by flashing a black glass over the red and then masking up the lizard on the piece and then sand blasting the glass to remove the black to the red underneath. Next the masking is removed to reveal the lizard shape and a further detail is added by hand etching using varying diamond tips giving the complete picture.
A stunning piece this vase is in the most beautiful cranberry colour with a white design of vertical stripes and dots. The shape of this vase is that of a waisted design such as a beautiful woman wearing a corset with a form fitting dress. Created by Sean O’Donoghue of Hot Stuff glass blowing studio and gallery of Queensland.
A charming icicle drop shaped Christmas decoration with it’s iridescent colour looks perfect hung on the tree as it sparkles with the lights. Created by Sean O’Donoghue of Hot Stuff Glass in Queensland.
This is a small glass rock shaped object with twisted ends which is used as a paperweight. Made of clear glass with a multitude of colours swirling inside giving it a colourful jelly or crystal appearance . Created by Sean O’Donoghue of Queensland.
A retro looking perfume bottle by Sean O’Donoghue of Hot Stuff Glass Blowing Studio in Queensland. Having a squat form this bottle has a black body with millefiorie inclusions and gold leaf giving this bottle an exotic appearance.
This tall perfume bottle looks amazing as it has a heavy long clear body with its inclusion of dichroic glass that creates an illusion of floating in mid air. Topped off with a very tall clear stopper it is an impressive piece. Created by Sean O’Donoghue of Queensland.
A beautiful cranberry pink perfume bottle with a silver line that spirals its way around the piece giving it a jewel appearance as it shimmers and reflects the light. This piece is created by Sean O’Donoghue of Hot Stuff Glass Blowing Studio and Gallery in Queensland.
This shell paperweight is in a blue and purple iridising on an amber glass and it looks fantastic in any light but particularly beautiful in low incandescent light when it seems to take on a richness that you do not get from fluorescent lighting.
A spectacular perfume bottle in dichroic glass made by Sean O’Donoghue from Hot Stuff Glass Blowing Studio in Queensland is a fine example of the art showing control and style. It is a modern contemporary piece.