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The breakage of an everyday glass was the inspiration for these images. When I paused to look, I was captivated by one particular fragment just 4-5 centimetres long, revealing refracted patterns and gentle curves.


My intent is to explore the beauty within the shapes, textures and patterns of broken, discarded glass. There is an inherent complexity in each piece that I want to tame a little.


Some of my unwanted glass is clear, some frosted, some coarse-textured. Others bare their surface scars. Differential focus and selective illumination have therefore helped to simplify each composition. My panel harnesses natural light in all four seasons.


When I look at these broken glass images, they trigger associations with larger creatures and objects. Perhaps they remind you of something too?

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