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Giles Bettison is a master glass artist from Adelaide, SA, Australia. He has evolved the ancient Venetian technique called "Murrini" or mosaic glass to construct patterned sheets from colored glass canes. He cuts and combines these sheets to build his luminous vessels piece by piece. Bettison is known world wide for his pioneering efforts using the "Murrini technique". His work is incredibly unique, combining old and new technology to create some of the finest glass available today.

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Giles Bettison is a master glass artist from Adelaide, SA, Australia. He has evolved the ancient Venetian technique called "Murrini" or mosaic glass to construct patterned sheets from colored glass canes. He cuts and combines these sheets to build his luminous vessels piece by piece. Bettison is known world wide for his pioneering efforts using the "Murrini technique". His work is incredibly unique, combining old and new technology to create some of the finest glass available today.

glass art by Giles Bettison , a master glass artist from Adelaide, SA, Australia. He has evolved the ancient Venetian technique called "Murrini" or mosaic glass to construct patterned sheets from colored glass canes. He cuts and combines these sheets to build his luminous vessels piece by piece.

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Giles Bettison Bettison is known world wide for his pioneering efforts using the "Murrini technique".

Giles Bettison Bettison is known world wide for his pioneering efforts using the "Murrini technique".

Giles Bettison - Vista NY #68 / glass art by Giles Bettison , a master glass artist from Adelaide, SA, Australia. He has evolved the ancient Venetian technique called "Murrini" or mosaic glass to construct patterned sheets from colored glass canes. He cuts and combines these sheets to build his luminous vessels piece by piece.

Giles Bettison, Billet 07 no.27; murrini glass, 8 7/8" x 9 1/2" x 2". via jsauergallery.com

Giles Bettison | "TEXTILE 07 #10". Murrini Glass