Increasingly we hear reference to a 'million', whether it be the chances of winning the lottery, a footballer's salary or someone's followers on social media, what does a 'million' actually represent?
This minimal but meaningful piece is created from 1 million silver-coloured glass beads, each measuring less than 1mm across. Perhaps a romantic adjective for finding someone that's 'one in a million', hidden among the beads is a single 'brilliant-cut' diamond...
When the beads catch the light, it is reminiscent of fresh snow sparkling in the sunshine, and you soon realise that finding one in a million is not easy...
Prints are available direct or through Art Republic, Brighton and Subversion Gallery, Glasgow.
10% of the profit from the sale of these prints direct, will be donated to The Breast Cancer Haven.
0% Finance is available through Art Republic.
||One In A Million
||20 (only 2 left of the edition)
||789mm x 789mm
||1000mm x 1000mm - Heritage Conservation Board 2200micron
1 million silver-coloured glass beads
1 'brilliant-cut' diamond
The original version of this piece was sold at auction, raising £2,250 in aid of The Breast Cancer Haven.