Color theory: “I tend to gravitate towards more muted, natural colors. The great thing with glass is that I have the choice of not using color. I can use just clear glass, which can be really beautiful in the way it transmits light and its other optical qualities.” Shown here are Wolfe's Inclusions vases, which he calls simpler and more straightforward than the Assemblage pieces. "The Inclusions I feel like I've figured out. The Assemblages I'd like to still to develop further, maybe using different shapes and colors and increasing the scale."
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Color theory: “I tend to gravitate towards more muted, natural colors. The great thing with glass is that I have the choice of not using color. I can use just clear glass, which can be really beautiful in the way it transmits light and its other optical qualities.” Shown here are Wolfe's Inclusions vases, which he calls simpler and more straightforward than the Assemblage pieces. "The Inclusions I feel like I've figured out. The Assemblages I'd like to still to develop further, maybe using different shapes and colors and increasing the scale."