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To make this fascinating three-dimensional glass box cityscape, Deborah has melded her own images, taken directly around her Hackney home, with a combination of painted, etched, and screen printed glass. The whole scene is mounted and framed in a black light box, and allows for the piece to be lit from behind when placed in front of a window or similar light source. The title for this piece is taken from the old advert on the bridge advertising a chair company.

Deborah specialises in combining photography and glass, using layering, shading and montage to produce her finished works. The qualities of the glass are exploited by a layering of the images, turning two dimensional photographs into three dimensional scenes.

Size: 51cm x 78cm x 10cm

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Sitting Is Believing - Photography and Glass Collage BY Deborah Sandersley

Original Glass & Photography Collage

Highlights Painted with Silver Luster.

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£2,800.00

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