Hey Cube’sters! Just finished a new piece today. It’s an 8″ x 8″ x 3/4″ deep “sample piece” I’ll ship tomorrow for an out-of-state juried exhibit. If I am chosen to participate I’ll go into production to make the required additional 19 original works within my chosen theme: “Water, water everywhere…nor any drop to drink”. My installation will be a visual reminder of the vital role that water plays in all our lives and a reminder that although approximately 3/4’s of the Earth’s surface is covered in water roughly a billion folks still lack access to a clean source. Because glass is neither a solid nor a liquid it behaves differently when exposed to different temperatures so it serves as a perfect representation for water, which also changes forms depending on temperature and conditions. And as you know I’m a metal-head in many senses of the word; the blue color and bubbles within the glass resulted from thin copper being fired between the layers of glass. The sides are covered in silver leaf and I’ve also included some re-purposed shim stock for that industrial feel. So without further ado, here are a couple of pics:
Here’s to Artwork Cubed meeting Art Squared! Stay tuned for the results and wish me luck!
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