Abby Modell’s ‘Galaxy Collection’ of hand-blown glass features her three-dimensional wall art, large sculptural objects and LED lighting. Inspired by formations of ultra-luminous swirling stars with their infinite dimension and ever-changing rotation, the artist focuses on transparencies, refracted light and modern forms.
Design, color, shape, texture and light merge together to reveal the intricate subtlety and beauty of the universe throughout her collection. Modell includes reflective surfaces in metallic hues to visually expand dimension. Matte, mirrored and gloss glass mixed with DiamondDust™ fire-polished glass assemblages and Swarovski crystals create textural galactic surfaces. Organic shapes push the boundaries of contemporary design. Ombre color palettes mixed with dichroic glass further reflect her unique expression, creating rainbows of light within many works.
Modell is proud to partner with a zero-waste certified sustainable glass finishing studio committed to reducing environmental impact on our planet. By recirculating applied glass into many of Modell’s pieces during their creation, the studio honors and preserves the earth and our resources.
Abby Modell is a widely collected and acclaimed glass artist. She has exhibited collections at numerous fine art fairs and galleries including Scope Miami, Art New York, SOFA Chicago, Market Art + Design, Bridgehampton and Architectural Digest Design Show, NYC.
Modell’s work is in and has been exhibited at private homes, corporate collections and museums, including the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, the world headquarters of Morgan Stanley in New York City, the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, the Wit Gallery installation at the Canyon Ranch, Lenox, MA, and the First International Biennale of Santorini, Greece. Commissioned collections include the Bloomingdale’s Holiday Windows in New York City, Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas luxury cruise ship, and the Faberge Big Egg Hunt in New York City.
Abby Modell works in New York City and welcomes commissioned projects.