I first heard the words ‘frozen star’ when I read a book called The Physics of Star Trek a few years ago. It was the term first used to describe black holes. I just loved the words and have been trying to find ‘stars’ to freeze since then. I first started freezing things in ice for my Snow Queen work. For some reason I thought it would be just for that project and that would be end of it, and that I should stop working with ice, but I keep seeing things and thinking – I wonder what that would look like frozen? – or hearing words like frozen stars and getting inspired. I suppose its a lesson that I should – never say never – and just go with it 🙂
Oooh. You have done good. Love them. Stars and ice are a WONDERFUL combination. Thanks.
fabulous! (and I'm quite surprised by overlaps in our interests … I've been freezing booky bits over the past couple of years… haven't been sharing the results… yet… but I can appreciate what you cold little hands are doing right now… and your results are WONDERFUL!)
Thanks both. Ronnie I am intrigued by your experiments with ice yet again. Could you send me one in secret 😉 I would love to see it. I can't remember if I said this before but a friend suggested once I was done with ice I should move to fire – which you have already done with great affect. It is intriguing that we are so far apart, have been drawn together by BAO and have been working in similar ways.
this is awesome love the texutre and the outofthisworld feel to these works
Thank you Yael – glad you like them.
These are beautiful… so poetic!
Thank you Kathryn. I've had a look at your blog its really beautiful. Gorgeous glass work.