DOMESTIC GLASS RESEARCH

In 2010 the artist experimented with integrating artisan glass into various domestic objects and spaces, such as: a x 2.4 m table; shower screen; bathroom windows and door, during a house renovation.

The pattern evolved from imagery experienced on an asphalt path after rain while walking the dog. The imagery was developed into a hand cut pattern in 3M mask for double sided sandblasting. The double sided aspect gives the glass a more dimensional quality and is unique to each piece.

The table glass was layered over a sheet of translucent red acrylic resulting in an intense floor shadow during the winter months when the sun is lower in the sky.

The shower screen and the window/door glass act as obscure glass allowing disrupted imagery of exterior foliage to create daily and seasonal changes, plus shadows projected into the internal space.

Photographer: The artist.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Stainless steel and glass table with red acrylic underlay, showing shadows in winter.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Aerial view of table with red acrylic underlay, showing shadows in winter.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of changing shadows during winter.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of changing shadows during winter.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of double sided sandblasted glass.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of double sided sandblasted glass.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of double sided sandblasted glass.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of shower screen.
Pam Gaunt - Domestic Glass
Detail of bathroom window obscure glass with interrupted view of exterior foliage colours.

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