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Our collection of reverse printed, frame-less, free floating, tempered glass?was inspired by the French technique of Verre Eglomise in which artist's literally painted the back of clear glass so that when viewed from the front the painting is brought to life under the depth of the glass. These dark shapes on white fields are a great example of how art strives to change the way we view everyday things and divine new insight from them. Though at first they seem like crystal structures, these are in fact radiographic images of flowers, revealing through transparency a new complexity and beauty. When seen from above, this looks almost like a snowflake, with a natural symmetry at play as each individual flower reaches out in a circle. We¡¯re treated to a glimpse of how the rose¡¯s petals are arrayed in concentric circles, smaller petals waiting for their larger siblings to unfold so the flower¡¯s true form can emerge.