Glass Sculptures by Hasna Sal: An International Art Phenomenon

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Glass sculpture is functional art, and it is a phenomenon that is encircling the globe. With gorgeous, colorful pieces that work as three-dimensional wall art, sinks, plates, lamps, and more, this is an artistic investment that will pay off in a myriad of ways. Glass sculptures by Hasna Sal have become an International sensation—with exhibitions and galleries all over the world, people cannot stop talking about this modern take on interior design. These glass sculptures by Hasna Sal are inspired by the human spirit, and her delicate artistry and innovative designs work for whatever aesthetic you are creating in your home.

Barcelona Exhibition

In May of 2017, we brought glass sculptures by Hasna Sal to Barcelona for the International Hartexpo 2017. In this gorgeous city, you are immersed in the art and culture of some of the most famous and renowned artists from the Cubist, Impressionist, Modern, and Post-Modern movements; this is the city where they grew up and developed their skill. Just as Hasna Sal’s glass art is inspired by the human spirit, so these artists were inspired by the spirit and nature within this breathtaking city. That is why it was so exciting to bring the glass sculptures by Hasna Sal to this iconic city—these movements have greatly defined much of today’s art world. At this exhibition, we were able to show pieces like Amore, a gorgeous wall sculpture featuring two lovers in an embrace, their bodies at an angle that reflects the wavy backdrop.

Amsterdam Whitney Exhibition

From June 17 to August 22, glass sculptures by Hasna Sal were hung in Chelsea, at New York’s International Fine Art Incorporation. New York City’s art world holds a global appeal—here we were able to connect with people visiting from all over the world, ready to explore art and feel inspired by new movements. Our glass sculptures by Hasna Sal were definitely ready to inspire—with our three-dimensional wall pieces on display, visitors were able to take in our pieces inspired by the body’s expressions, with the curving body expressing the mysteries and unpredictability of life in “Ennui”, or the various bodies in different poses of contemplation in “Musings”.

The beauty of these pieces on the body is its universal relatability. With each piece, there were forms of expression that we all experience, around the globe. These glass sculptures by Hasna Sal were a moment for human connection.

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Global Reach

From our home case in Kansas, we have found an international community interested in glass sculptures by Hasna Sal. In India, our sculptures have been translated into a jewelry collection being sold in two boutiques—one in Kochi, the other in a retail store in Bangalore. With designs that are inspiring, engaging, and sometimes functional pieces for your home, glass sculptures by Hasna Sal are changing the way art functions. We ship internationally, so stop by our website at, or call us at (913) 940-7930 for more details. Look out for our unique glass work by Hasna Sal worldwide in one of Glass Concepts 360’s galleries and exhibitions.

Always remember “Magic Happens When Design Ideas Becomes Alive in Shapes of Glass”

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Glass Sculptures by Hasna Sal

From rousing symphonies to detailed oil paintings, art is a catalyst that releases the mind of the observer to go beyond what can be seen or heard in the piece. To capture movement in stillness and emotion in inhuman objects is the aim for many artists across all mediums. The glass sculptures made by Hansa Sal display a gamut of moods and emotions through the use of light, shape, and color. As a medium, glass architecture and glass fixtures offer unique opportunities to convey mood and capture the power of color’s effect on human emotions. It has been understood since the first stained glass windows punctuated the ornate architecture of cathedrals, that the light pouring through colored glass adds a new layer to the piece, as though its body is the glass work itself and its spirit is projected through the light.

Hansa Sal’s glass sculptures and fixtures also have a layered or three-dimensional element that gives her pieces the added layer of movement. As though he subjects are jumping off the “canvas.”

Hansa Sal: Meet the Artist

It doesn’t take an accomplished art curator to notice and appreciate the elements of dance that are present in Hansa’s glass sculptures. Hansa herself is a dancer and many of the tonalities and emotions that can be displayed through dance are also present in her glass fixtures and designs. In fact, her work with glass isn’t backed by just one other medium. Sal has spent a career working in pastels, watercolor, oils, acrylics, and architecture. As a glass sculptor, Hansa’s hunger for artistic expression is all the more apparent.

However, even though this artist has an impressive educational and experiential pedigree, Hansa Sal’s work is approachable and can be a wonderful experience for both Art veterans and novices alike. This makes her work excellent for interior design and her glass fixtures and wall displays can be a wonderful addition to the home as well as a gallery.  

Types of Glass Sculptures

With experience in fine art and architecture, Hansa Sal brings a unique perspective to interior design and many of her glass sculptures and fixtures are excellent additions to buildings and architecture. Here are a few of Hansa’s project styles:

  • Wall hangings are a more traditional home art option. The simple, self-contained, and are displayed in the same way you might display an oil painting.
  • Wall installations are a unique blend of color and light. Whether they come with their own light source incorporated into the piece or they rely on ambient lighting, these installations combine the look and feel of a two-dimensional painting with the layering and translucency that can only come from glass.
  • Wall sculptures are the most complex of the wall-hung pieces. While they still utilize light and color, they also advance into three-dimensional space. This gives them a more pronounced and delicate look.
  • Glass sculptures fully utilize three-dimensional space and can be hung under lights or high up to project light and illuminate the room. They can also be placed on tables as centerpieces.

Explore the online gallery on for examples of Hansa Sal’s work and learn more about this artist and medium.