Glass sculpting and drawing are at the center of my current work. The resulting artworks stand on the verge of both disciplines, raising the question : where does the drawing end and the sculpture begin? I wish my drawings to imply depth and space, and volumes to contributes to the composition of images. Glass’ essential qualities — plasticity, transparency, and ability to diffract light are at the heart of my work, as well as its symbolic significance which echoes in the subject of my drawings : flora and the language it becomes, floriography. Both praxis balance each other : drawing is as quiet, slow and solitary as hot glass sculpting is a heated, fast-paced team effort; two dimensional images and three dimensional objects of similar form converse. They merge into a single artwork. Emotions and experiences are rendered as detailed floral compositions intertwining techniques and dimensions.