This was my very first project in my glass-kiln work class. The project was to use sheet glass to create an art piece using a variety of methods and tools. Being trained as a graphic designer, I knew I wanted to incorporate that somehow into the project which was accomplished by using a very simple transfer technique requiring a zerox copy of an image (which I designed) and acetone (which was used to transfer to ink of the zerox onto the sheet of glass). Using found objects from an abandoned warehouse in downtown Richmond, I glued them onto the top side of the back sheet of glass and then encased it completely. The final touch was to "damage" select spots of the glass box to give it a more decayed look. Display wise, I wanted the viewer to feel like they were in the environment I was in when I found the objects in the abandoned warehouse so I stacked up various layers of red dirt, dirt, and ground moss which the piece was set on on a slight angle.