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Buy Valium 2Mg Uk George Aslanis has been an artist and involved in art education all his adult life. He is the Coordinator of the Glass and Ceramic Studio in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture, Department of Fine Arts, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He has taught many Australian contemporary glass artists throughout his academic career.
George’s practice involves a dialogue that describes ‘state of being’. Symbol and metaphor are important motifs in his work. Drawing from cultures past and present he combines various elements to create visually complex cast glass sculptures.
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