Rae Douglass invented the means to shape multi-colored light patterns onto surrounding surfaces with light reflected off of a flexible diffraction surface. The Spectral Field system creates mural effects with light and color. Rae has adapted this technique for use in light fixtures, sculpture and environmental signage.
In the “Galaxy Spot” the diffraction surface is a repurposed CD mounted below the indirect downspot.
In the “Meteor” sconces pictured above, the flexible diffraction surface is laminated to the rear side of a pliable copper shade that can be laser-cut to any custom shape.