Blown Crystal

The incandescent crystal is worked around 900º and 1000º, when it is free through the heat to assume a new form. The crystal flows, contracts and expands with the ambient temperature; therefore, it is not static, because it is a matter in constant movement.

Jacqueline Terpins shares with the spectator the fascination she has for the movement of the incandescent crystal. Whether by forms, through the fusion of colors or through transparency, the origin of the material is represented in her collections of utilitarian organic forms.

The blown crystal never ceases to be a liquid and never stops flowing. When it becomes an object, it shows us its primordial characteristics, such as the ability to receive, transmit and transform light.