Have you ever looked through a color-stained glass and wondered what if the entire world looked like that? It is really interesting since there are so many color blends in the world and any of these shades can bring in a totally different view to the world as we see it.

So, a very creative British artist Liz West recently made a structure in London which worked using two of the most basic components, Light and Color. It is placed outside so the amounts of light all throughout the day can play different tones of light into it. Place at Carany Wharf this is one of the most attractive artistic structures that you will find. Scroll down to check more about this wonderful piece of art.More info & Photo courtesy: Liz West |Instagram

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(Photography © Sean Pollock Photography / Canary Wharf Arts + Events) Liz West

This structure is made out of stained glass. The public can go inside it or can watch from the outside. The idea is to play with the shades of colors on the glasses so people can view the world in different shades to see how much a single color can change the view of the world.

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(Photography © Sean Pollock Photography / Canary Wharf Arts + Events) Liz West

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(Photography © Sean Pollock Photography / Canary Wharf Arts + Events) Liz West

Named “Hymn to the Big Wheel“, it is open for the public to have a go at this structure and experience the wonders of lighting and colors. It is available to the public until the 21st of August 2021.

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(Photography © Sean Pollock Photography / Canary Wharf Arts + Events) Liz West

Please check out her website and her social media accounts to know more details about this creation and her other work as well. Please share your thoughts about this with us in the comments section below.

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(Photography © Sean Pollock Photography / Canary Wharf Arts + Events) Liz West
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