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Year: 2011

Materials/Technique: Glass cane and frit, fused and slumped

About this piece

I remember speaking with Karen about her ice crystal pieces several years ago. One of the things she said which struck a particular chord with me was that ice is rarely pure white when you really look at it. Ice crystals are a collection of millions of tiny prisms and reflective surfaces, capturing and redirecting light. As a result, ice is often myriad of subtle colours stolen from the surrounding environment. I believe this piece is meant to remind us of that. Whenever I look at this piece, I am reminded of Karen’s poignant words.

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 13 x 67 x 5 cm
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