Wendy Saxon Brown has been working in glass since 1982. The medium of glass allows her to use both her sculptural and drawing skills. Her 3D sculptures are cast using the lost wax method which is similar to bronze casting, except the glass is melted into the mold in the kiln, and annealed for many weeks. To achieve multiple colors in this work requires the arduous task of cutting up the wax so that they can be cast separately, and then fitting andreassembling them afterwards. Light affects glass in many dramatic and unexpected ways. Notice how a backlit head will light the face, or how bubbles create dimension.