Shimmering light and energetic forms
to complement striking spaces


Heather Hancock is a Chicago artist exploring urban light and perspective with glass. Heather has collaborated extensively with art consultants, architects and designers to place work in private residences and corporate, healthcare and government collections across the United States.

Heather’s work embraces the materials of modern architecture—glass and concrete—to capture the energy of the urban environment. Durable yet surprisingly light, work in each of her primary series can be shaped to a client’s story and space.



Architectural abstractions capture the play of light and energetic perspective of the modern city.

Reflect gallery: Commercial | Residential | All



Abstracted text and organic forms entice viewers with color and content of the urban streetscape.

Scan gallery: Commercial | Residential | All




Heather enjoys collaborating to meet the needs of commercial and residential clients, in sizes ranging from 24” x 24” to multi-panel full-wall compositions.

  • Scan adapts well in content, color and size.

  • Reflect can be inspired by particular buildings and realized at any scale.

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Ready to hang

Work from Reflect and Scan series is available ready to hang individually or in multiples. Trade pricing is available to qualified resellers.

Technical details


All work is created with hand-cut glass, adhered to foam-core Wedi and infilled with grout. Mounted on custom wooden strainer frame and trimmed with anodized aluminum.

Also available unmounted for custom framing with a 3/4” rabbet (with some size limitations).

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Hanging / Weight

Work ships ready to hang with a standard metal z-cleat.

At approximately 3 lbs / sq ft, even large panels weigh only a fraction of the load capacity of standard z-cleats.



The work responds well to natural and ambient light. When possible, custom lighting will further enhance the presentation.

The work is permanently colorfast under any lighting conditions.