Tuesday, 29 April 2014

St Agnes Window, Isles of Scilly Camera Obscura

I have now started the windows for the camera obscura on St Mary's The Isles of Scilly.  Made from 25mm oak, these are drilled and then burnt.  The first window looks out towards the Isle of St Agnes which has a labyrinth on its shore, the window is that labyrinth.  When the light comes through the holes so it picks out the shape, the colours and light behind will depend on seasons and weather, making it an ever changing scene.

The drawing and drilling process

The holes without light

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