Twin Patchwork, 2011
This piece featuring dichroic glass produces enigmatic reflections, due to the way dichroic glass transmits light of a different colour than is reflected on its surface.
Detail view showing how the loose textile structure allows the squares of coloured glass to be held together in a free-form patchwork formation.
Wind in the Garden, 2010
Each panel of this ‘extended poem’ was composed of two sheets of glass with multiple layers of silkscreened imagery, text, and etching. The image of greenery was digitally adapted from one of my photographs to complement this poem about nature’s restorative power.
Hanging the panels out from the wall allowed for a further layering of shadowed imagery and enhanced the work’s dream-like quality.
Pieces of kiln-cast glass combine with monofilament and beads in metal and glass to create an impression of falling water.
A panel designed to hang in front of a window so that the sunlight may shine through the crystals and send prismatic reflections throughout the space.