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This piece presents two faces to the world, but I wouldn't call it "two faced." It was originally for an exhibit at Suffolk Museum (VA) called Body Armor, and my first idea was that she was very glad to be rid of her clothes, which fall toward her feet. After that, I added silver flakes on one figure and a moire on the fallen apron, celebrating the transparency effects. This woman has nothing to hide. Sold.

kiln-cast glass supported by steel frame, with silver and copper
Double Sided Woman
glass, steel frame
24" x 10" x 4"
2009