This kiln-fired glass sculpture is framed by a steel structure that acts as a display stand and as part of the sculpture. The central metal work design contains the artist's symbol which represents what once was her family's cattle brand of an E and a heart, done in a more flowing style. One side is smooth and has textural elements; one side is roughly textured, but also contains color and design. Both sides contain gold pen work fired onto the surface. Rivers of colorful and metallic small glass bits run through these pieces, and colorful glass powders create subtle shadows. No two are alike.