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Commodity Triptych




H 74 cm W 150 cm D 25 cm


Blown & sculpted glass with mixed media


£ 19000


'Commodity Triptych' is a unique sculpture by the British artist, Chris Day. It can be shown as a free-standing or wall-hanging installation, it is created from handblown & sculpted glass with reclaimed wood and electrical wire.

The price above is for the triptych, each artwork is approx 44cm wide. The installation can be split, please contact the gallery for the price per 'crate'.

Chris Day is an emerging glass & mixed media artist and a recent graduate from Wolverhampton University, who received a special commendation during the 2019 British Glass Biennale held in Stourbridge, UK.

Creating works that are highly personal, Day’s intention is to discuss and investigate the treatment of black people in Britain and the United States of America. Much of his research has focussed on the history of the slave trade in the Eighteenth Century. 

In the artist’s own words;

“Like the glass I have pushed my approach in how I work with glass and ceramics in both traditional and experimental methods, to create contemporary artworks that represent my passion for this part of our history. As a black glassblower, I am one of few and on a quest to find and inspire more. My main purpose, however, is to engage the audience on issues that are hard to confront on many levels, using art to help overcome some of the traumas that haunt our collective past”       

The artist can also create pieces to commission, please contact the gallery for further information.

Chris Day

Commodity Triptych