The Norwegian artist Geir Nustad makes unique sculptures in glass. Each object is hand blown by himself. He sees his work as reflections, objects that depict change over time. His main source of inspiration is the Norwegian nature and the mountains around Tromsø with their extreme elements which reflect the difference between winter and summer, dark and light. And similar to the world we live inn, Geir has through his work, observed how people react to one another, looking at our relationship amongst strangers. This applies especially for his sculptures and grail work.
To give the exterior of his glass work more expression, he has, over time, developed a technique in which the traditional gloss of the glass is replaced by an exterior reminiscent of stone, pottery and metal. The radiant interior with its remaining typical glass qualities ensures a stark contrast with the rough exterior.
The work of Geir Nustad is and remains exciting and fascinating as he is always looking for new innovations . He is an artist who is always experimenting with the dividing lines of craftsmanship, technique and the fine arts.