What do you see when you look through a door? Do you see a world of mystery, of possibilities of intrigue anymore?
Doors, gateways and windows, frame the outside world, they make us notice a view or focus our attention. Colour surrounding another colour saturates our vision and can change our perception of what is viewed beyond. Applying the basic principles of colour theory, I have created a collection of pieces using either muted or vivid colour palettes. The thin beautifully textured cast glass surrounds a square void, through which you can view whatever you wish to place behind. What you see appears to change depending on which sculpture you look through, as the glass intensity affects your perception. Set into a Jesmonite base these free-standing sculptures can be placed to frame any view you wish.