To regard glass is to have a dialogue with colour and light. Colour Worship is a response to and exploration in the contemporary relationship between viewer and glass object. The use of aureoles or halos signals a time when art served primarily as a vehicle for devotion and worship. Glass was used as a manifestation of light and divine presence. Today, on its own, glass captures the gaze with or without these higher ties and in some ways distills the relationship between viewer and art to it’s most essential level.
Glass is light, light is colour, colour is feeling and feeling is art.