This work is based on one of my cast glass wall-plaques, a dramatic presentation of the creation of day and night: "Let there be light: and there was light." The light was day, the darkness Night. There was no sun, no moon, no stars, so all would be chaotic and as yet ill-formed - my plaque contains huge holes, blown through the molten glass, and a chaos of colour...
The plaque itself was formed by casting a slab of glass over a bed of sand, seeded with tiny amounts of wax that produced a volume of gas under the molten glass, creating and bursting large bubbles in the finished work.
This digital painting is brand-new, created in my woodland studio in 2018. It's one of a new, original, limited edition of just 18, printed in museum archival-quality pigmented inks on acid-free, UV-resistant canvas, ready to hang. It's signed and numbered on the front, and comes in addition with a formal certificate of authenticity.
Pigmented inks, acid-free and UV-resistant canvas and board