|Original design sketch|
First, glass of the right size was needed. The glass triptych panels were 5'-0" long, much larger than the glass we had in the studio. Getting large shipments of glass and then (successfully) cutting the glass would be a project into themselves!
|Erwin Timmers and Tim Tate receiving the large pane of sheet glass.|
|The glass is larger than the pair of work tables.|
|Erwin Timmers preps the glass for cutting.|
|The cutting crew: L-R Erwin Timmers, Michael Janis, Audrey Wilson.|
|Audrey working on the glass mold that is set up in the kiln.|
|Audrey takes to working outdoors to do the wet grinding.|
|Erwin Timmers and Tim Tate being installing the panels into the steel framework.|
|Artists Tim Tate and Erwin Timmers stop for a chat about the glass artwork.|
|The finished work from inside the Aqualino Cancer Center chapel.|
A great note to end the story of the process of the artwork!