After the successful career in commercial photography, Rhoda Baer decided to devote herself to art sculptures.
Inspired by the Nothern Lights phenomena, Rhoda uses optical glass to create spectacular pieces of art. Drawn by the genuine fascination of light manipulation, color, form and movement, Rhoda hits her studio just after she wakes up.
After cutting the optical glass into irregularly shaped pieces, the artist joins them together in search of a perfect form of sculpture. Using dye-infused epoxy glue and scaffolding, Rhoda smoothly links the elements looking as if they were one coherent piece. As soon as the lamination gets harder, cold working and engraving techniques are implemented which give the surface of each piece gains certain softness. Thus the light comes through the finished object and makes its tones appear and disappear interchangeably.