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The Halo series takes inspiration from the natural occurring halo phenomena in nature. Halos form when ice crystals are captured in cirrus or cirrostratus clouds and align to act like prisms. The refracted light forms a ring of white light or is dispersed into a spectrum of colors. As an artist I create many light-based sculptures and became interested in the luminescence of halos. I chose colored and mirror acrylic to portray halos for its ability to filter color and light and the near endless color-combinations that are available. Halo (yellow with mirror rings) combines two types of acrylic: a semi translucent yellow acrylic with mirror gold. The acrylic has been laser cut and mounted on a 30 x 30 x 2" wood panel. At the center of the piece is a LED spotlight connected to a on/off rocker switch installed at the bottom right for convenience and a dimmer may be requested at no additional cost. The lights connect to a 30W driver and all components are fully certified: Listings: CE, RoHS, CSA., Conforms to UL standard 8750MFG, Class 2 NEC complaint, contains no mercury, emits no damaging ultraviolet/infrared (UV/IR) radiation.
Sculpture:LED on Plastic
Size:30 W x 30 H x 2 D in
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Tonya Hart studied at York University in Toronto and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Arts degree in 1998. Her artwork draws inspiration from nature, science and light with a focus on portraying magnetism. Nature and magnetism have manifest in a vast array of articulations in her artwork and continues to facilitate the conceptual nature of her work. Notable exhibitions include solo exhibitions at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2018); Canadian Sculpture Centre (2009) and Paul Petro Special Projects Space (2010); and group shows with 4heads arts group in NYC for Portal Art Fair (2017) in SoHo and Governor’s Island Art Fair (2017) and with Saatchi for Brooklyn art fairs in fall 2018 and spring 2019. In 2011, Tonya entered the public art realm with INFRA commissioned by the city of Toronto for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, becoming the first of three exhibitions for Nuit Blanche. She has since worked with cities across Canada including three commissions with the National Capital Commission in Ottawa, Canada to create public art installations.