Canadian artist and all around creative Phillip Low has made this exciting collection of sculpture constructed from a colourless acrylic that is polished to varying degrees.
British sculptor Neil Ferber has been producing sculpture from around 1970 onwards, they all have a common theme of simplicity and making each sculpture a visual whole.
Talented designer Daniele De Batté uses the module as a starting point, working with the idea of balancing positive and negative space in her abstract drawings and sculpture.
Titled 'Segmentation', this series of glass sculpture by Jiyong Lee is inspired by the journey of a cell, starting with a single cell and going through a million divisions to become life.
American creative Anne Lilly has really elevated the field of sculpture with her work, creating intricate and complex engineered works of art from metal and other materials.
Design studio OS & OOS, run and founded by Dutch designers Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen, have tried to play with light in unusual ways with their series of glass sculptures called "Perspectives".
I was attracted to this sculpture by stone mason and artist Steven Clark, who takes a very hands on approach to his sculpture, and works directly with the material to achieve these rustic forms.
Rhoda Baer has been working with glass for over ten years, and uses her career as a photographer to inspire a lot of her concepts in glass, as well as being influenced by minimalist perspectives.
A small selection of large wooden sculptures by American artist and craftsman Mark Lindquist, all of which are fairly abstract and harness the details in the wood.
Japanese sculptor Masayuki Tsubota has been on my radar for a few weeks now. I'm especially fond of the textures in his forms, as well as the abstract shapes that he's been able to create.
Japanese Artist Shigekazu Nagae creates his fantastic sculptures by slip casting porcelain, he then connects the different elements together and joins then to create flowing forms.
Titled 'Infusions', American glass artist Jamie Harris has produced these block-like forms made from clear glass in which colour is added to create the appearance of liquid forms.