Street Murals by Heather Hancock seen at Chicago, IL, Chicago - Link | Public Art Mural
Street Murals by Heather Hancock seen at Chicago, IL, Chicago - Link | Public Art Mural
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Link | Public Art Mural

Link to explore the points of intersection between the built and natural environments. Interconnected graphic lines are inspired
by both the natural world (waves, foliage) and built world (infrastructure, technology). Paint and glass float along the masonry wall, varying the rhythm of brick and concrete and offering pedestrians a vibrant visual experience.

Meet the Creator

The most compelling aspect of working with glass is the way the material loves light, sparkling and shimmering to engage a viewer. I think a lot about what draws our attention and why—especially in this world where there are so many things competing for our attention. Alongside the hard lines and repetitive forms of our cityscape, I notice the fluidity and constant transformations in our natural world. Those moments fascinate me and I try to re-create them in my work to offer a sustaining viewing experience. Making work with glass means that the experience is infinitely variable: changing with lighting, movement, even the viewer’s mood.

Available for commission/custom work