Close-up detail showing 2 sets of vials. The top set of 3 vials with wire are shown through the frosted glass. The three vials on the bottom are found "Crown" watch part vials where the word "crown" has been changed to read "grown". Three small found porcelain figures are housed in the corked vials.
Close-up section showing 1860's found object "Frozen Charlotte" porcelain figure through curved kiln-formed glass. This view is looking through the outer glass layer. "Writing" appears on both layers of glass, while wire that mimics the "writing" moves through the outer glass layer.
Various handwriting, text and markings appear on all layers, including on the 1860's "Frozen Charlotte" porcelain figure. A page of sign language symbols is preserved and partially rolled behind the figure. Part of an actual book is seen to the right, while a wire figure leaps from the page.
Close-up detail of wire embedded in glass attaching the curved glass book form to the back board. A portion of a vintage Japanese-to-English instructional book is layered beneath the glass.
ARTIST: Sandy Young
Connected: Detail Photo
This close-up section of "connected" shows two 1860's "Frozen Charlotte" porcelain figures through kiln-formed glass. The top figure is behind two layers of glass. Wires run through both layers of glass. Marks appear on the porcelain figures as well as on the inner glass piece.
Close-up section showing 1860's "Frozen Charlotte" porcelain figure through kiln-formed glass. Symbols and writing show up on the outer glass layer. Wire runs between the outer glass layer and the inner encaustic-coated glass layer.