Karli Sears works with glass to create sensual, botanically-inspired sculpture and elegantly playful jewellery.

The organic qualities of hot glass – it’s fluidity and luminosity – drew her to the glass studio at Sheridan College where she graduated in 1999.

Since then, through artist residencies, project grants and masterclasses, she has developed her unique work – often a union of structured pattern and lyrical form.

Karli’s sculpture is found in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, the Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark and the Ernsting Stiftung Glass Museum, Germany as well as many private and corporate collections.  She shows her work in galleries across Canada and the US.

The addition of a range of jewellery brings Karli’s soft colour palette and translucent glass forms to a more intimate space.

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