Extensions (11x9x5) is a play on what glass can do in terms of drawing out images into otherwise clear sections. The middle part is composed of leaded and non-leaded optical glasses combined with two colors of dichroic glass, which have sandblasted graphics on them. It's cut and recut to create a certain complexity. Then two wedges of optical crystal are affixed to the inner section. The result is a sculpture that is one minute clear and another ablaze in color. It's a metaphor for how if we wait things will change, that they recede and then come forward.