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“The glass wall sculpture was originally designed for my solo show at CAA in 2011, Drawing Near the Light. For the show I created a collection of glass wall sculptures inspired by William Morris’s summer house and garden, Kelmscott Manor. This piece was inspired by the intricate roof of the 14th Century building. The sculpture reflects this through its construction of angled planes of three dimensional colour.
It was made using sandblasted Perspex and Lamberts stained glass. The stained glass has been bonded on to the Perspex structure allowing for the colour to appear to ‘float in space’ without any visible framework.
Lamberts Glass is mouth blown stained glass, traditionally used in church windows. The sculpture combines this traditional material with modern industrial production and technics to reflect the possibilities of contemporary stained glass within the 21st Century.” – Kate Maestri