Falling Water, 2017


"'Falling Water' is deceptively simple. Clustered flower heads in the four upper panels are supported by spindly, tentative stems, which run down through the bottom eight panels, making an asymmetric linear pattern. At first glimpse, it all feels somewhat fin de siècle – tall stems were a common Secessionist theme – but at the same time, these feel like long drips of water, pouring steeply downwards. The title references the house by the great Frank Lloyd Wright that is a short drive from Pittsburgh in the USA. Famously perched over a cascading waterfall, the house is one of the most inspirational pieces of domestic architecture of the last two centuries." – author and curator Paul Greenhalgh in The Art of Light.

Stained glass screen in an edition of 10 unique variants plus 3 artist's proofs, published by and available from HENI.