$3,200.00$5,800.00

Iki Pohalu – Earth Amber by Robert Madvin

Pohacu Stacked Stones

Axiom Glass Studio – Detroit, MI

Iki Pohalu – Earth Amber by Robert Madvin is an original blown glass stacked stone sculpture by Robert Madvin that measures 9″ wide by 9″ deep, with height from 19-33 inches. Robert blows glass and develops his work in the same studio space today. His inspiration derives from nature – natural elements, textures, and colors encountered in travels and day-to-day endeavors.

While Robert was studying in Hawaii he developed his most prominent glass sculpture series called Pohaku, meaning “rock” or “stone.” Ancient Hawaiians would stack stones upon one another to create rock sculptures used as navigational instruments throughout the islands. Robert encountered some of these organic tools while hiking various trails in Hawaii and developed them into his glass stacked stone sculptures being shown at various art shows and galleries throughout the US and Canada.

Medium: Hand-Blown Glass

Available Sizes:
19″ (8 stones) –   $3,200.00
24″ (10 stones) – $4,400.00
33″ (13 stones) – $5,800.00 IN STOCK READY TO SHIP

All Iki Pohalu sculptures are made-to-order unless otherwise noted.
Orders are welcomed on all out of stock items. Please allow up to 12 weeks for production time. 

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Born in 1982 in Michigan, Robert Madvin was first introduced to glass while enrolled in high school by his older brother Andrew Madvin, also a successful glass artist. Additionally, he later studied glass-blowing at the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan and the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawaii. Furthermore, while earning his degree in fine arts from the College of Creative Studies, Robert began working with his brother to develop their own glass studio at the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, Michigan. Likewise, now several years later, Robert continues to blow glass and cultivate his work in that same studio space called Axiom Glass. Lastly, Robert resides in Royal Oak, Michigan and continues to develop his passion for glass.

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Iki Pohalu – Earth Amber by Robert Madvin

Pohacu Stacked Stones

Axiom Glass Studio – Detroit, MI

Iki Pohalu – Earth Amber by Robert Madvin is an original blown glass stacked stone sculpture by Robert Madvin that measures 9″ wide by 9″ deep, with height from 19-33 inches. Robert blows glass and develops his work in the same studio space today. His inspiration derives from nature – natural elements, textures, and colors encountered in travels and day-to-day endeavors.

While Robert was studying in Hawaii he developed his most prominent glass sculpture series called Pohaku, meaning “rock” or “stone.” Ancient Hawaiians would stack stones upon one another to create rock sculptures used as navigational instruments throughout the islands. Robert encountered some of these organic tools while hiking various trails in Hawaii and developed them into his glass stacked stone sculptures being shown at various art shows and galleries throughout the US and Canada.

Medium: Hand-Blown Glass

Available Sizes:
19″ (8 stones) –   $3,200.00
24″ (10 stones) – $4,400.00
33″ (13 stones) – $5,800.00 IN STOCK READY TO SHIP

All Iki Pohalu sculptures are made-to-order unless otherwise noted.
Orders are welcomed on all out of stock items. Please allow up to 12 weeks for production time. 

[expand title=”Learn More About Robert Madvin”]

Born in 1982 in Michigan, Robert Madvin was first introduced to glass while enrolled in high school by his older brother Andrew Madvin, also a successful glass artist. Additionally, he later studied glass-blowing at the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan and the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawaii. Furthermore, while earning his degree in fine arts from the College of Creative Studies, Robert began working with his brother to develop their own glass studio at the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, Michigan. Likewise, now several years later, Robert continues to blow glass and cultivate his work in that same studio space called Axiom Glass. Lastly, Robert resides in Royal Oak, Michigan and continues to develop his passion for glass.

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19", 24", 33"

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