Made from hand blown glass it is 98% solar panels recycled.
The seed pods relate to protection, nurturing of life itself within its charred pods enduring the extremes of our environment, like the recent bush fire.
This relates to my two hand blown glass seed pods, darkened as if it had survived a bush fire.
My fascination is with a seed I had found and unfortunately I had placed it on top of the soil in a pot; I had forgotten to plant this seed! After a month out in the elements and to my surprise I caught a glimpse of it in the corner of my eye. The seed had one shoot – as reflected in my sculpture.
I was so amazed that it wanted to live so much that I decided to plant it in my garden.
Of the four glass seeds, one has a shoot coming from the seed that relates to my experience in this story.
This little plant has shown me that its desire to live has created its own destiny and it relates to my willingness never to give up when life looks bleak.
My seed has found fertile ground and is now flourishing.
Hand blown Head , slumped glass waves and LED light glass mountains on an old Hardwood Totem with an old Indigenous carved snake with crystals on the back of the Totem , mounted on a wood and iron base.