Cast glass, partly polished. Brachlow’s designs are developed during the making process. Her new sculptures are based on a concept called “D-form”, a three-dimensional form created by joining the edges of two flat shapes with the same perimeter length. Results are wildly different depending on at which point the shapes are joined. The forms, when transformed into glass solids, display many characteristics of transparent color: variations in hue and value depending on the form as well as changes in different types of illumination depending on the composition of the glass. The continuing aim is an exploration of the interaction of color, form and light in glass solids. Her work reflects Heike’s attraction to movement and transformation, both in color and design.