Five minutes with 'Sea Glass' artist Greg Rawls

By: | posted on: February 22, 2013

Author: Justin Paprocki [The Island Packet]

Glass can be so fragile yet last for centuries.

What most think of in more utilitarian terms, Greg Rawls turns into art. He works in fused glass, a process in which different pieces of glass are melded together at high temperatures in a kiln.

The Beaufort resident’s “Sea Glass” installation placed in the top 100 at the Grand Rapids, Mich., ArtPrize contest that displays work from artists nationwide. “Sea Glass” consists of colorful bowl-shaped pieces arranged to resemble a coral reef. It is one of several of his works that will be on display through March 2 at ARTworks in Beaufort.

Rawls discusses how glass becomes art-

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