Dylan’s art often examines the boundaries of human perception. His work challenges the viewer's expectations through the manipulation of light, space, and the optical properties of glass. While influenced by traditional techniques in glass making, Martinez constantly strives to discover novel approaches to exploit the material and create a lens to view the world afresh.
His works combine several glassblowing and sculpting techniques to form hyper-realistic plastic bags from molten glass. To begin, Martinez sculpts the solid glass or “water” that appears within each bag. Next, he adds a blown bubble to the top which is then smoothed out before he begins to hand sculpt each fold and wrinkle. Once complete, the sculpture is placed in an annealing oven at 950° F and allowed to cool for 120 hours.
Summer Group Show 202121 Jun - 31 Aug 2021We are delighted to announce our most recent exhibition Summer Show, 2021 featuring a fantastic wide range of new paintings by our artists! There is also a virtual reality version of this exhibition available. Featured artists: Alexandra Averbach, Javier Banegas, Jacques Bodin, Paul Cadden, Pedro Campos, Andres Castellanos, Coderch &...Read more
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY PLUS ONE GALLERYSeptember 2001 - September 2021 September 20, 2021This week Plus One Gallery is 20 years old! It is 20 years since we first opened our doors in Seymour Place on the 17th September 2001. What a tumultuous double decade it has been from the Twin Towers to Covid, but very definitely not all bad as much of the intervening 20 years have been enormously rewarding and exciting. So many things have changed beyond recognition in that time in all our lives generally and in the ART world as well. Almost incredibly Google had been founded only a...Read more