Monday, July 2, 2012

Past reflections



The light tower at the Canberra Glassworks. This art work - Touching Lightly, by
Warren Langley - is a 25-metre high glass tower with rings of LED lights. It glows at night,
powered by green energy. The tower rises from the base of the former Kingston power station smoke stack.

A print of my image was on display in the Canberra Museum and Gallery as part of its
Altered States
exhibition.



The future reflected in the past. In the window reflection, you see the light tower at the
Canberra Glassworks. This is the Fitters’ Workshop building, on the site of the former Kingston power station.

A print of my image was on display in the Canberra Museum and Gallery as part of its
Altered States
exhibition.

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