2015 ANNIV 6A. # 0A ILLUMINATION - Portraits of Canadian Authors - Mark Raynes Roberts ANNIVERSARY Issue 2015 NEW 10.22.15 JPG,jpg

ILLUMINATION – Portraits of Canadian Literature is Mark Raynes Roberts unique celebration of Canada’s authors and literature through his chosen medium of engraved crystal. The 12-piece hand-engraved crystal collection is also a recognition of the importance of hand craft in an ever changing technological world. Each sculpture has been inspired from passages written about light by 12 of Canada’s most acclaimed authors including Margaret Atwood, Joseph Boyden, Leonard Cohen, Emma Donoghue, Lawrence Hill, Yann Martel, Anne Michaels, Rohinton Mistry, Alice Munro, Michael Ondaatje, Miriam Toews and Jane Urquhart.

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The 12 book passages about light were chosen by The Writers Trust of Canada, Advisory Board.
 


 

 

#5A. Rohinton Mistry - ILLUMINATION Crystal Sculptures - Family MattersMark Raynes Roberts | Jo Lee Magazine

 

FAMILY MATTERS – Rohinton Mistry

The passage which inspired the sculpture:

“He followed the gentle slant of sunlight from the bed

to the window, delighting in its galaxies of dust, the

dancing motes locked in their inscrutable orbits.”

Optical Crystal Sculpture

7”h x 17”w x 1.5”d

 

 

 

#5B. Rohinton Mistry - ILLUMINATION Crystal Sculptures - Family MattersMark Raynes Roberts | Jo Lee Magazine

 

FAMILY MATTERS – Rohinton Mistry

The passage which inspired the sculpture:

“He followed the gentle slant of sunlight from the bed

to the window, delighting in its galaxies of dust, the

dancing motes locked in their inscrutable orbits.”

Optical Crystal Sculpture

7”h x 17”w x 1.5”d

 

 

 

#5C. Rohinton Mistry - ILLUMINATION Crystal Sculptures - Family MattersMark Raynes Roberts | Jo Lee Magazine

 

FAMILY MATTERS – Rohinton Mistry

The passage which inspired the sculpture:

“He followed the gentle slant of sunlight from the bed

to the window, delighting in its galaxies of dust, the

dancing motes locked in their inscrutable orbits.”

Optical Crystal Sculpture

7”h x 17”w x 1.5”d

 

 

 

 





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