Artist and bridgebuilder - with an awareness of geometry, bookbinding sensibility, and architectural forms my sculptural stained glass explores themes of spiritual and cultural diversity/convergence, and questions of personal identity.
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My work with stained glass over the years has helped me to learn about the cultural and spiritual weight we give to art and forms of a sacred nature. My education is eclectic, to say the least - although I have fine arts degrees I have also studied alchemy, traditional healing, and the western mystery traditions. Art reveals the inner workings of the artist, through a communication which extends beyond ordinary language; this awareness encourages me to continue exploring cultures, faiths, and ideas through sculptural stained glass.
Andrew Kosorok is a glass artist from Washington State, currently based in Utah.
His sculptural stained glass pieces are built with an awareness of geometry, bookbinding sensibility, and architectural forms providing a backdrop for exploring themes of spiritual and cultural diversity/convergence, and questions of personal identity.
He received his MFA and BFA from Brigham Young University, and completed the Philosophy of Islamic Art Intensive from Islamic School of Art in Qom, Iran; he received a fellowship to study philosophy of Islamic art in Iran, consults internationally on stained glass restoration and design projects, and uses his work to build bridges of understanding among many different faith and culture groups.
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