A rock wall in Zion National Park is the subject of this organic abstract. This is the first sight you see upon emerging from the 1.1 mile tunnel that connects the two sides of the park.
This piece offers a visual contradiction - years and years of erosion have sculpted the hard rock into a smooth, flowing draped composition. Not at all what one would expect from a rugged, rock face in a national park!
The handcrafted frame is embellished with a glass rod and bubbled glass sphere, which provides both aesthetic appeal and structural integrity to the frame.