Tall and elegant, each one of Tim Morgan's Veins are constructed from glass rods, held in compression between two steel blades. By binding a stack of rods to create a whole, Morgan creates a unique and intricate texture in his work, a variation on the effects of a plain sheet of glass. Standing in a group, the structures are set at varying angles so as to catch the light at different times of day. This use of the physical properties of light and the way it interacts with glass demonstrates an interest in reflection, diffraction and the movement and manipulation of light that is often present in Morgan’s work. The sculpture changes throughout the day, its elements in constant play with nature. The changing qualities of light form subtle differences in pattern and colour and when viewed from certain angles, the light caught by the glass renders the steel blades invisible, creating the impression of a glowing needle suspended in the air.