We are delighted to have the talents of large scale sculptural lamp worker extraordinaire Mauro Bonaventura join MaMa Gallery this month. 

Born Venice, Italy in 1965. At 18 he graduated with a diploma in electronics. In his search for a job, fate and providence gave him an opportunity to become an apprentice in the age old tradition of Venetian glassblowing. Right from the start, he fell in love and was mesmerised with the incandescent quality of glass.

John Kiley uses primary geometric forms as the architecture for his deconstructed glass sculptures. Juxtaposed colors and carved optic passageways create a separation of space, allowing the viewer to peer into and through the form.

In Behrens' sculptures the use of colors inspired by the underwater world come to the fore. Shape and structure remain in focus and define the dynamic aesthetic of the Seaforms on both a micro- and macroscopic level.

Hugh Findletar is a rather prolific multimedia artist. He was and for the most part still remains a photographer, whose large body of work, albeit varied, is defined by portraiture.