Shown at the British Glass Biennale in 2012 and the International Glass Prize at Glazenhuis Museum, Belgium in 2015 these sculptures created from fused glass and mixed media extend the artist’s occupation the tension between the things that define and shape us and our ongoing need to escape these things.

Light bends and flows around shining stainless steel buckets that contain a mysterious black substance that could be oil or tar. There’s a sense of infinity contained in these illusory art works – an infinity that you could dive right into, and slip away slowly into another reality.

These sculptures were selected for the New Glass Review 34 – The Corning Museum of Glass’ major annual publication of notable contemporary art glass.

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