In ancient Greece sculptors believed that beauty resulted from taking away material, not adding. Sculpting is a perfect expression of this belief.
By taking away the medium, you reveal the beautiful figure within.
These statues followed the same principle but from different traditions.
As I passed by, this bell’s emptiness stopped me. Is it the form of an object that defines its existence or its function?
This bell will never ring, it will just hang as an upside down chalice, greeting every passerby.
But it will never ring.
From the outside, the window looks dim. Only those on the inside knows the glory of the light shining through the glass, illuminating the room within.
Let the light shine through and give the room the chromatic brilliance that is its nature.
Wildfires cast an eerie mist over the hills.