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I am drawn to the new colors and patterns formed when I overlay a tiny sample of color from my photos of colored glass. I copy a tiny section of pixels and bring it into a new file and stretch them out to create forms, and then overlay them, designing fantasy landscapes, or abstract compositions. I call these works GLASSCAPES, since the when I stretch the pixels into new shapes, they react the same as blowing glass with its translucency, giving these works their crystalline appearance. Recently I have been experimenting with texture, working it in with layers of scanned-in scumbled patterns, which contrast the translucent forms. The GLASSCAPES are output on aluminum, sized 18 x 36 and up and are float-mounted, 1 1/2" from the wall.