These glass sculptures were created as part of an ongoing exploration into material properties and hand oriented manufacture techniques. The forms were created by ladling molten soda-lime glass into a specially constructed sand casting mold with inset formed copper sheet. Holes were created in the sand in line with the holes in the copper, the glass was then pulled through the channels by gravity which formed legs and small lens-like protrusions on the underside of the piece. The heat of the glass making contact with copper and impurities on its surface results in an interesting patina with deep scale. After cooling, the top surface was then successively ground and polished to produce a flawless window into the internal textures and refractive qualities of the sculptures.