Ambiente Chandelier explores the structural and luminous aspects of our bodies of water. Weaving and connecting the elements of nets and hand tied flies embedded in resin bulbs speaks to the interconnectivity between our conversations about conservation and the actual efforts made to preserve.
The relationship between the man made material and the natural offers a chance for reflection of our awe for the ocean, rivers, and lakes while remembering how our carbon footprint alters these features of the earth.
As one examines a lightbulb and sees how intricatley it is woven with the others throughout the piece, it offers a chance to ponder how water in general is the life line that connects us all. There is an encapsulation of color, concept, and co-existence of nature and man.