Gritty craftsmanship underpins Silvia Taylor’s elegantly finished glass works. Her artistry relies on electroplating, engraving and metal surfacing.
The ‘sculptural object’ at the top of this post, part of her Ogee series, is formed of glass, copper electroplated surface, and copper wire. It was made in a hot shop and later cold worked.
Taylor is used to hot shops. While in the glass program at Sheridan College, she was selected for a residency at the prestigious Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. She honed her skills in a glass blowing studio surrounded by annealers, sandblasters, lathes, drill presses and furnaces.
Silvia Taylor’s portfolio, here
Short biography, here.