One of several in-progress glass-shard pieces. “They’re all items that I found on the beach, which is about the idea of crystals appearing on found, discarded objects,” says Wolkowicz. The glass is from a stained-glass workshop in Long Island City, whose proprietor lets her take his offcuts “because all I do is smash them up anyway,” she says. “Lately I’ve been using the same technique to create the effect of crystals growing in a corner of a room, both on objects and as part of environments.”
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One of several in-progress glass-shard pieces. “They’re all items that I found on the beach, which is about the idea of crystals appearing on found, discarded objects,” says Wolkowicz. The glass is from a stained-glass workshop in Long Island City, whose proprietor lets her take his offcuts “because all I do is smash them up anyway,” she says. “Lately I’ve been using the same technique to create the effect of crystals growing in a corner of a room, both on objects and as part of environments.”