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Richard Newcombe Court, Cambridge

Artist's Statement

“Treasured Places”

First image (left) – Design for the architectural glass canopy to entrance of Richard Newcombe Court. Laminated glass panels decorated with abstract design, including hand written accounts of treasured places from residents, the Chinese symbol for home and family and references to a map of Cambridge by William Smith dating from 1588.

The interplay of hand written text with colour, texture and the modulation of light, help to create a life affiring art work.

Other images (3) – Designs for three of six glass decorative features to rear entrance. Laminated glass panels contain digital printed interlayer with abstract pattern, complete with hand written text by children of t Luke’s Primary School. Sections of hand made antique glass to be bonded to the front face of glass panels.