Kathy Goodell
New York, USA

Glass (acid etched), wood, 26”x26 x26”

"I am interested in the moment of reverie, when one's sense of self is lost; the moment when one joins with something larger than themselves,” Goodell writes.  “I want to make this reverie palpable, so that it isn't just an intellectual construct but an event that is felt. In recent sculptures I have been attempting to capture a poetic metaphor for the complexities and ambiguities of our inner lives. For that reason I have focused on the emptiness within a form, or the space between layers."