Giles Miller has created a range of framed precision-engineered sculptures.
The series incorporates masses of miniature structures protruding from the surface of the artworks, reflecting their surroundings and generating subtle variations in reflected light.
The first collection is entitled ‘The Gregorian Series’, and consists of twelve pieces which use materials and light to represent the individual months of the year. The Gregorian Calendar is the most widely used civil calendar and one that was first invented by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582.
The months are captured in circular compositions referencing solar and lunar sources of light and reflection, and in a variety of three metal finishes; stainless steel, brass and copper.