Magenta, red, and blue dichroic glass gives this sculpture it's color. The interior colored construction is cut and recut, sometimes at oblique angles, sometimes straight. When the inner cube is completely assembled from leaded and non-leaded plate glass, clear optical crystal is added until it has a square shape. That square is then cut in half and reassembled with various shapes of optical glass acting as a bridge. It's well balanced and a great architectural shape. It's about how wholes can become parts and then whole again. It measures 12x12x10.