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'Light Well' by Richard Whiteley

Sculptural form, 'Light Well', cast glass, hand-carved and hand-polished, made by Richard Whiteley, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2003

Massive cast glass form, rectangular vertical shape with rounded corners, on a flat base, with broad vertical flutes from top to base on front and back. Clear glass with very small internal inclusions of bubbles and lines, and a wide smoky grey streak down one vertical edge, the placing of the fluted surfaces forming reflective and refractive planes within the glass and on its surface.
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