Brad Copping

glass sculpture in 5 pieces fused together to look like waves photographed on a black background

cadence, 2015, 5 blown, carved, sand and acid etched glass elements (pictured sitting on top of a mirror)
Minimum Bid: $1,800
Value: $4,800

About the Artist:

Working from his home on the edge of the Canadian Shield, Brad Copping has found muse and foil in this transitional landscape. Here, he maintains a successful practice as both a sculptor and a functional glass blower –often traversing the line between, sometimes on foot, sometimes by canoe.

His sculpture is included in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the Speed Museum, the Fine Art Collection of the Department of Global Affairs, the Claridge (Bronfman) Collection, and the City of Lommel (Belgium) Glass Collection. His sculpture has been acknowledged by the Corning Museum of Glass in their annual publication, New Glass Review, which juries 100 new glass works created worldwide, on 9 occasions throughout his career. He has also received much appreciated support for the development of this work from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.

Visit Brad Copping’s Website

five glass sculptures on a plinth

five glass sculptures on a plinth

person looking down at five glass sculptures on a plinth

black background with rainbow colours bursting from the left side. Text says "Art Gallery of Peterborough, It's All About ART Online Auction, Presented by George Ripoll, BMO Private Wealth"


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Bronson Smith, Red Sky With Three Houses, 2019, acrylic on routered plywood with blasa strips 24” x 36”

Brad Copping, Reflections

Setting afloat on a river in spate

Jun 4, 2016 to Sep 4, 2016

The Art Gallery of Peterborough is currently open to the public, by appointment

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