Fractured Fashion

Samantha Lewis's avatar Samantha Lewis

“modern conservation: activism through fractured fashion” As a Michigan native I was inspired to create a sculpture to shed light on the fragile conditions of our lakes and rivers. Portraying the movement of water, I used glass in shades of swirled blue and aqua. Each glass piece is knotted together by a cotton cording “net” that overlays a base of sand colored tulle. The tulle cascades off the right hip alluding to the flow of sand dunes. These coastal themes are accented with a necklace of hand-selected drift wood, shells, and distressed chain. Thanks for your vote! To learn more about protecting the waterways in Michigan visit therouge.org or wmeac.org For more info on custom designs like this one visit samanthaoriginals.weebly.com Special thanks to the beautiful Boardwalk GR Condos for hosting my work and to my amazing family and friends for their never-ending support and trust whenever I start a conversation with “so I’ve got this idea….” – love you!

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth:
  • Medium: Stained Glass
  • Width: 2 ft
  • Year created: 2014
  • Height: 5 ft