Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells for sale by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract cast glass sculpture of red blood cells for sale by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.

CORPUSCLE

Regular price $2,400

This is an abstraction of two red blood cells joined together. Both shapes are influenced by inflated objects such as a truck inner tube. By polishing the glass it appears similar to a liquid with bubbles trapped inside.
14 day refund policy

Height: 14cm (5.5inch)
Width: 22cm (8.7inch)
Depth: 15cm (5.9inch)
Weight: 7kg (15Lbs)
Glass: Gaffer Sapphire Rose
Wooden light base included (more information)
Shipping: NZ Free; Australia: NZD$40
Rest of the world: NZD$150
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract cast glass sculpture of red blood cells for sale by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.
Abstract polished cast glass sculpture of red blood cells by Stephen Williams.