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Venetian Tsukimi: work in production at Berengo Glass Studio, Murano, 2007 Venetian Tsukimi: work in production at Berengo Glass Studio, Murano, 2007 Venetian Tsukimi: work in production with Maestro Danilo at Berengo Glass Studio, Murano, 2007 Venetian Tsukimi: work in production with Maestro Danilo at Berengo Glass Studio, Murano, 2007 Blue Moon Cascade: Suite No. 1 Blue Moon Cascade: Suite No. 1 Venetian Tsukimi No.1 Venetian Tsukimi No.2 (new moon to full moon) Tsukimi with Rings: Suite 1 Tsukimi with Rings: Suite 2 Venetian Tsukimi No.1 Venetian Tsukimi No. 1 Blue Moon Cascade: Suite No. 1 Tsukimi with Rings: Suite 1 Tsukimi with Rings: Suite 2 Tsukimi with Rings: Variation 3 Tsukimi with Rings: Variation 3 Tsukimi with Rings: Variation 3 Luna Rosa: Nos. 1 – 4 Luna Rosa: No. 1 Luna Rosa: Nos. 1 – 4 Tsukimi Worlds: No. 15 Tsukimi Worlds

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2007 Flux & Permanence

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Tsukimi Series (Glass)

Venetian Tsukimi is an arresting, complex piece, intriguing for its originality and mystery. It comprises of sixteen Murano glass spheres, progressing from pure crystal to solid black and representing the phases of the moon. The full grandeur of the spheres is revealed on repeated viewing, with the layers of silver leaf and crystal gradually revealing their multitude and complexity. This fascination with the lunar cycles is a recurring notion in Borgelt’s oeuvre. As expressed in Venetian Tsukimi, it calls to mind the premise of cyclic change and constant evolution.

Venetian Tsukimi has been exhibited to great acclaim as part of Borgelt’s Flux & Permanence show at Sherman Galleries in Sydney.

– Mia Pinjuh, 2008