Each panel is composed of hundreds of cut glass sticks, pre-melted in the kiln over several firings and then fused together to create a highly textured and unified final surface. The panels are then fired again to achieve a slightly bent shape (called slumping). The deep red surface includes droplet-like clear glass balls that refract sparkling light toward the viewer. There are acrylic fixings glued to the back of the work that attached with a special mount screwed to the wall (all provided). Each panel is 41cm in diameter (projecting 4cm from the wall) and they are best hung side by side with a 3cm gap between them.