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“Coaster Set – A”
Fused Glass
4″ x 4″

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“Coaster Set – B”
Fused Glass
4″ x 4″

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“Coaster Set – C”
Fused Glass
4″ x 4″

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“Tapestry Bowl”
Fused Glass
11 1/2″

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“Vanilla Green Plate”
Fused Glass
11″

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“Oval Bowl”
Fused Glass
17″ x 5″

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“Red/Orange Tapestry Design Sushi Plate”
Fused Glass
15″ x 7 1/4″

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“Blue/Green Tapestry Design Plate”
Fused Glass
10 1/4″ x 10 1/4″

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“Blue/White Tapestry Design Shallow Bowl”
Fused Glass
11 1/2″ x 1 1 /4″

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“Colorful Stripes/Gray Cone Bowl” – SOLD
Fused Glass
8 3/4″ x 2 3/4″

“Yellow/Red Tapestry Design Bowl”
Fused Glass
10″ x 2 1/4″

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“Blue Stripes Cone Bowl”
Fused Glass
9 3/4″ x 3″

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“Black/Gray Tapestry Design Rectangle Bowl”
Fused Glass
7 1/2″ x 8 1/2″

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“Green/Blue Tapestry Design Bowl”
Fused Glass
10″ x 2 1/4″

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“Green/Blue Tapestry Design Sushi Plate” – SOLD
Fused Glass
14 1/4″ x 8 3/4″

“French Vanilla Sushi Plate With Blue Inserts” – SOLD
Fused Glass
15″ x 7 1/4″

 Gabriele Baumann

     Gabriele Baumann is a German born fused glass artist.  She moved to Vermont in 1998 and her work is on display in various galleries around Vermont.

Artist Statement:

     Fused glass is my passion.  The process of fusing glass requires a great deal of planning.  Unlike a painting that can evolve and be corrected with each brush stroke, glass, once set in its arrangement and placed into the kiln, will settle as prepared.

My designs are deliberate, and I take pride in their execution, starting with finding patterns and then matching the colors.  After the firing, kiln glass requires a lot of secondary work from cutting to grinding and polishing.  While a piece’s quality begins with its initial design on paper, it ends with the cold hand-working that will define its final look and feel.  I have always enjoyed contemporary design and find glass to be a perfect medium to express my ideas and utilize my skills of precision and attention to detail.

My work is influenced by my European heritage and everything I see in nature, textiles and photography, particularly geometric patterns found in nature as well as re-occurring themes of colors.  We are surrounded by organized and chaotic patterns — ice shapes on a frozen lake or stone pebbles in a water stream.  I am inspired by these and transform them into my work.

Robert Paul Galleries is proud to show the work of American artist Gabriele Baumann.