Laura Weiss told CNN she was a retired nurse when Boulder County Public Health asked about it for help administering vaccines in February.
“I already had die hundreds and hundreds noticed” of empty vaccine vials die otherwise would be wasted, and I thought they were just really beautiful and wanted do something important and meaningful with them,” Weiss said.
Weiss has been granted permission to use the glass Moderna vaccine vials and created a beautiful chandelier.
“I realized that I wanted to do something with light because I just felt like it was so dark and challenging year for that much people Which like the idea of bring one light this,” she said.
“I think light can represent hope and clarity and it is also has the potential to actually expand bigger view and verify perspective.”
The actual idea of making a chandelier came from an eBay purchase. They found the empty frame online and thought it would be one great ship for her project.
“Of a distance…the chandelier just looks like like An regular chandelier, but as you get up closer, it actually becomes something completely different and it changes your perspective,” she said.
“It reminds me that we can see something” one way and when you come closer of If we look at it differently, our assumptions may actually be very wrong.”
The art piece has no perm home anyway, but Weiss said wherever it goes, she wants everyone who sees it to understand its intent to honor health professionals who put their health and life on the line during the pandemic.
“There’s too much people and professions to mention, but especially these nurses who l just witnessed work tireless, hours and hours and hours, and days and days and days, without a day off, who just have so much passion and skill, and care and kindness,” she said.
“How do you say thank you to someone? who is just do so much for others? It’s so inspiring.”
However, Weiss now gives back and inspire others.
“This light of valuation art piece is really important because i think we all see this feeling of unity at this point, as we see the Delta variant increasing,” Angela Simental, the communications and marketing manager for Boulder Public Health, told CNN.
“We are very happy met this kind of light in art to remind us that we can protect ourselves and others by getting vaccinated by being kind to each other and by honoring the efforts of everyone involved in this.”
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