Three large, rectangular blocks of translucent green glass hang in vertical succession on a newtwork of copper rods. The glass has bubbles embedded within it and shows evidence of the sandcasting process.
This abstract sculpture is dedicated to the artist's son, Benjamin, and represents hope for his future.
Hollow glass piece. The bottom half (whose end is flat and thus serves as a base) is a solid spring green separated by a band of translucent yellow. The top half is a darker olive green with a Kelly green stripe that winds from the yellow band at center to the hole at this end of the piece.
(Abstract, organic shape. Meaning of title is unclear. Perhaps taken from an anagram.)