Hydrangea Pate de Verre Diptych part 1
In Victorian flower language, hydrangea signals gratitude for being understood. This is a pate de verre cast taken from a plaster mold which was made from an impression of a hydrangea branch pressed in clay. Pate de verre is made of powdered glass (in this case white and clear) sifted over a mold and kiln-fused. The botanical glass print is ethereal, it gives a sense of memory and nostalgia and of a moment in time. The glass print is mounted on a the rusted top of a found metal box along with other rusted found objects. It is part of a diptych, as can be seen in the images. Contact me to purchase the pair for $285.
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