Glass Concepts 360 is a uniquely individual collection of glass sculptures inspired by the natural ethereal world. Sculptor Hasna uses glass as a medium to articulate the intricacies and expressions of material and conceptual form.

Sculptor Hasna Sal studied fine art in England and Wales for four years, dabbling in a myriad of media including pastels, water colors, oils, acrylics, etc. She conducted an exhibition of watercolor renderings at the Royal Cornwall museum in 1997. She then relocated to Boston, MA and completed a five year professional degree program in architecture and urban design, afterwhich she moved to Kansas in 2002. Hasna then worked as an architect and taught design studio at the University of Kansas; here she confronted the final frontier of her career—the craft of glass sculptures. Hasna is also a dancer, and incorporates the movement and feeling of movement in her sculptures, utilizing storytelling techniques and fusing different concepts and techniques. She has been learning and sculpting glass since 2004. She was later accepted into Harvard for a postgraduate degree in landscape architecture.

“For me, architecture is a set of planes or canvasses on which I can create a rendering. To treat each surface as an entity, brings a unique element to my design.”

My sculptures are a cornucopia of planes, textures, tonalities, resonances, moods, emotions, morality, chaos and more. And finally, my sculptures are the voice of color. Color is fundamental to the human spirit. It alleviates, invigorates, humanizes us…and I let it serenade.