2008 Finalist

Hilary CrawfordStepney, South Australia, Australia


Blown glass murrine form
20 H x 20 W x 20 D cm

There is a perpetual imbalance set up between warmer and cooler air masses and the consequence is that air is always on the move, somewhere bringing in storms.

With the storms the ‘blue’ sky gets stained with an inky, dirty darkness. The sky is shattered into spectral fragments. Each tiny fragment has been accumulated into this form.

Photographer: Grant Hancock

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Hilary Crawford
Stepney, South Australia,

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