Ice has an extremely low melting point, while lights give off heat. So how do we light up ice sculptures without melting it? How do lights reflect on such a transparent material? How do ice sculptures look in natural light compared to light bulbs? Spending over 15 years shaping ice, I have learned a great deal about how light is an important element not only for display, but carving. I look forward to sharing this information with you and answering any questions you have about lights in ice carving.
James Stugart found his passion working with ice while growing up in Alaska. He generates inspiration from the intuitive world and like ice, the fluid nature of ice and intuition match perfectly for ephemeral experiences.