window cast

window cast

resin/plaster of Paris below-knee cast with a hole overlying an ulcer site, to facilitate ulcer redressing without cast removal
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In between are works such as Jim Campbell's LED pieces, which reveal themselves as the viewer shifts position around the work, and Diana Thater's video installation, in which gels on the lights and window cast the viewer in an all-encompassing glow.
I would sit transfixed before the painting, especially when the flickering light from the fireplace and the setting sun through the paned window cast upon the figures, giving them life.
Independence, for example, depicts a ritually folded American flag set on a chest of drawers, with ascending shadows from an open window cast on a white wall behind.
Our new garden is most beautiful and magical at night, when the light coming through the shed's stained-glass window casts a warm glow over the entire space," Leanne says.
A white candle in a window casts a beam into the night
The Victorian-inspired, whitewashed structure seats 68 and a custom-crafted picture window casts a beautiful glow on the bride and groom by day and adds a traditional touch by night.