Geoff Hall works in kiln-formed glass, often combining digital, hand-painted and screenprinted imagery with flat or cast glass. Light is also an important component in his work.
His themes are taken from everyday life, bringing together images of people and things to create interesting combinations:
"I like to use the transparency of glass and light. This allows multiple images to be contained inside one piece of glass, with the view changing depending on lighting and the viewer's position".
The two images here are of the same piece: Two Generations, 1916 and 1996. On one side is a soldier killed in the First World War, in the other his great great nephew. One of a number of padlocks made for the "Lovelocks" series.
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Two Generations, 1916 and 1996