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There are two small hollow forms.

The smaller, pink, representing female, and the larger, blue, representing male.

They have the opposites color in a slumped glass form on top. The opposite color reflects how much we as families, husband, wife, brother, sister, son and daughter are so molded and shaped by each other, that they are a part of us, yet as the colors of the form and glass blend, they become a different color.

The colors not only represent gender but allow the polka dot mask as a vision into the wood, to see it as it is.

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