The making of this glass wall installation has been supported by Cultivator Cornwall, giving me the opportunity to water jet cut complex shapes out of Bullseye glass at the University of Sunderland/National Glass Centre.
It forms part of my ongoing exploration of ancient archaeological sites at the edges of Britain and Ireland, drawing from walks and photographs taken over a year near St Just, in Cornwall. These kilnformed glass discs layer shapes drawn from micro lichens and Bronze Age holed stones, with sections of fired images from the surrounding Kennidjack Common.
This series of glassworks will continue to develop both as an installation and individual wall mounted panels.
Waterjet cut and fired glass discs
100cm x 135cm