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Created in 1996, this piece, entitled Empyreal Cadence, features twenty wall-mounted multifired ceramic units arranged in a line at waist-height.

"... with bright overhead lights streaming down upon them. This creates a large phoenix-like immaterial sculpture of light."

As above, so below: Trudy Golley's sculptural transformation,
Blair Martin, WAG, 1997.

Conceived as a drawing in light and shadow, the reflected light effects, and the absence of implied vessel-forms are seen as tools in an ongoing re-examination of both the function and the functionality of sculptural ceramic objects.

Collection: the Winnipeg Art Gallery Permanent Collection.