Quebec glass artist, Edward Ezer creates works mostly inspired from nature or by colours.
"Fused glass is one of the few mediums that can bring the serenity of forests and trees to life. Trees and forests feature in any of the pieces reflecting landscape through various seasons."
Photographs inspire most of his kiln glass work. Each piece is formed from many layers created separately through multiple firings in the kiln and then fused together to form a unique multi-layered picture that has perspective and depth. While each piece exhibits great detail, even more depth is created when these pieces are lit indirectly from behind.
Other pieces in the portfolio reflect caricatures, abstract colourful landscapes, fall leaves, inspired by paintings or country scenes.
Crackled bowls and plates as well as scenes created with glass frit are also featured.