Architectural glass: ceramic enamels fired into tempered glass
2009, Arts in Transit
The larger-than-life-size, abstracted human silhouettes in Martin Donlin’s art glass windows form a rhythmic composition that represents the community passing through the Wellington station. A band of smaller figures, resembling passengers awaiting a train, spans the width of the glass station front. With repeated viewing, passengers will discover subtle elements within the design that are not apparent at first glance.
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