Northern Landscape Screen

The concept for this design sprang from images of the mouth of the French River on Georgian Bay – bare granite jutting from glass-smooth water with pines and shrubs clinging to the rocks. The terrain here feels as if it has been around forever, yet it is constantly changing; with the seasons, the weather, even the time of day. The beauty of glass is that it too changes with the conditions of the environment. I chose these Youghiogheny glasses to capture the boldness of the scene and reflect the transitions of light, colour and texture over time. My choice to use geometric shapes within the work was made to articulate the strength and permanence of nature, alongside the ever-changing face of the landscape. The panels were constructed using the copper foil method.

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