Camille Jacobs developed an interest in this complex and unpredictable medium glass.
A continuous process of experimentations.
Trained in the art of stained glass her interest for flat glass evolves to three-dimensional
objects with refined forms and often geometric inspiration.
Nature ,environment and its dangers, art history become paradoxically inspiration sources ;in them, she explores the notion of abstraction in relation with the issues
of colour and its theories.
Form ,dimensions and colour gather in harmony.
Technically, Camille's creations are made of multiple layers of float glass that are enamelled.
Different motives and colours are applied by hand - spraying on each layer of glass.
This coloured application is fired in the kiln.
After the different layers of glass are fused together to obtain a flat and homogenous mass.
This compact glass mass is finally shaped by slumping ,the finish is assured by polishing.