JEFF GOODMAN

Neutral Grey Tall Scribe
Neutral Grey Tall Scribe
28.5"h x 8"w x 8.5"d
Steel Blue Scribe Vase
Steel Blue Scribe Vase
35.5"h x 8"w x 9"d
Sargasso Scribe Vase
Sargasso Scribe Vase
31"h x 7.5"w x 8"d
Sea Green Ovelle
Sea Green Ovelle
22"h x 10"w x 9"d
Emerald Ovelle
Emerald Ovelle
20"h x 9"w x 7"d
Amethyst Ovelle
Amethyst Ovelle
27.5"h x 8.5"w x 8.5"d
Aubergine Ovelle
Aubergine Ovelle
20.5"h x 8.5" x 7.5"
Brilliant Gold Ovelle
Brilliant Gold Ovelle
20"h 8.5"dia
Tourmaline Ovelle
Tourmaline Ovelle
21"h x 8"w x 6"d
Cerulean Ovelle
Cerulean Ovelle
SOLD
Medium Blue Ovelle
Medium Blue Ovelle
25"h x 12"w x 8"d
Apricot Ovelle
Apricot Ovelle
22"H x 10.5"W x 9"D
New-Cherry-Ovelle
New-Cherry-Ovelle
19"h x 7.5" x 8"
Rich Gray Ovelle
Rich Gray Ovelle
17"H x 5"W x 5"D
Copper Blue Lima
Copper Blue Lima
53.5"H x 17"W x 7.5"D
Aurora Lima
Aurora Lima
43"H x 8"W x 5"D
Midnight Blue Lima
Midnight Blue Lima
35"H x 7.5"W x 7.5"D
Strawberry Lima
Strawberry Lima
53.5" H x 7"W x 7"D
Brilliant Gold Leaf Bowl
Brilliant Gold Leaf Bowl
7.5"h x 28.5"l x 19.25"w
Pine Leaf Bowl
Pine Leaf Bowl
6"h x 29"l x 18.25"w
Gold Brown Camber
Gold Brown Camber
SOLD
Medium Blue Camber
Medium Blue Camber
SOLD
Teal Camber
Teal Camber
4"h x 36.5"l x 8"d
Strawberry Camber
Strawberry Camber
SOLD
Aurora Scribe Ovoid
Aurora Scribe Ovoid
12"H x 8.5"W x 6"D

On March 22, 2012, Canadian glass artist Jeff Goodman died of complications related to cancer. During his career he was an instructor at Sheridan College, a mentor and advisor at Harbourfront Centre, a board member for the Ontario Craft Council and for the Glass Art Association of Canada, as well as principal of Jeff Goodman Studio

Goodman was a versatile glass artist who excelled in both glass blowing and casting techniques.  He created beautiful, abstract, artistic forms such as his hand blown “Lima” vessels. These vessels were sandblasted to create a soft translucency and transmit light in a subtle and sensuous way. His “Ovelle” series was made with the same grace and translucency, but in addition, these lithe pieces evoke the human form. This reference is very abstract and subtle but the viewer definitely perceives human gesture, form and beauty in these vessels.

Goodman also produced architectural works for both private and public patrons. One of his works, consisting of eighty blown vessels and a six foot by three foot cast panel, was included in the Hollywood movie “Three to Tango.” This work was considered right for the movie since it combined a classic and modern style, incorporating the delicacy of glass with the roughness of urban materials such as raw steel.