One of a kind piece of stained glass sculpture. Fractured Fashion was constructed in 2014 and originally installed in a restored furniture warehouse along the Grand River for Art Prize.
As a Michigan native, Samantha was inspired to create a sculpture which would shed light on the fragile condition of our lakes and rivers. Fractured Fashion was the first of her dress collection and illustrated the movement of water via stained glass. Each shard of glass was hand cut to evoke broken droplets of water, which were then knotted together on a cotton corded “net” laid to reflect the movement of water currents. The tulle base cascades off the right hip alluding to the flow of sand dunes. These coastal themes were accented with a necklace of found driftwood, shells, and distressed chain.
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