White flowers glow under the moon, and dew shines likes rainbows as it catches the light. This piece is formed by cutting precisely curved blades of grass from black, clear and grey glass sheet. Dichroic glass is the reflective, iridized glass. Very thin strands of this were bent over a candle flame to match the curve of the grass. Tiny chips are scattered over the piece. Flowers are formed from chips and strands, and sometimes pre-fused. The final composition is fused in kiln at a temperature that keeps the texture. It is then fused again, over a curved form, that gives it a shape that can stand alone on your tabletop.