Glass is a liquid; but with Blaise Campbell’s pieces, glass has a texture and look of permanence.
This group of characters might be from a Family Compact vintage 1820’s Upper Canada. There is substance beyond the Gunpowder sheen and upright pose. A sense of hauteur.
Here is all business, a bit rotund, but knowing their position and place. I like them right away – I would take a swig or two with these two any day.
Now we have the cut of the earth – but so immensely refined. Good conversationalists whose own texture always casts a fascination on meeting.
Okay, here is some debutante fun – good looking and knows it.
And look what color and hue one can get a draftt from.
If you would like to meet more of Blaise Campbell’s Glassic characters – look here.