Cityview | triptych in mixed media with glass

One goal for new work is to use multiple pieces to create a more expansive city view with varying levels of abstraction. The layering of buildings in city views fascinates me. We decode distance and depth and height from the rhythms of distorted geometries. I find these rhythms deeply engaging. In interaction with light, these elements shift and shimmer, offering a fleeting moment of urban beauty.

Reflect 1.37a cityview WIP | cutting glass Heather Hancock 2018

Reflect 1.37a cityview WIP | cutting glass Heather Hancock 2018

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Reflect 1.37 cityview WIP | cutting glass Heather Hancock 2018

Reflect 1.37 cityview WIP | cutting glass Heather Hancock 2018

Reflect 1.37 cityview WIP | cutting glass Heather Hancock 2018

Reflect 1.37a WIP grouting c Heather Hancock 2018

Reflect 1.37a WIP grouting c Heather Hancock 2018

Glass really needs to be seen in person. I hope you can stop by the Evanston Art Center during the month of May to see all new work in the Reflect series. 

 

Catching Light: the Art of Architecture

Opening Sunday 4/29 at 1-4pm