There is something epic about Diana Al-Hadid’s art. Her sculptural works take in architecture, figures, and abstract forms. She uses a mix of materials including polymers, steel, and bronze. One of her most recent works Gotika, is a play on stained glass windows in churches. It was part of the Glasstress 2015 event – A Collateral Event Of The 56th International Venice Biennale at The Berengo Centre for Contemporary Art. See more of her work on her website, and also HERE.