Working after hours requires extra care to be safe.

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Artist Vicky Colombet examines the South Wall.

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Vicky Colombet and her crew.

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Not much space to walk on the roof, but we are up there every day.

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Colombet balances at the edge of the pool.

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Architect Enric Ruis Geli, Victor Llanos of Cloud9 and Vicky Colombet look over her drawings.

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Six pod-shaped zones form a continuous glass wall half the length of a football field.

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Deep cuts come first, then larger, softer patterns follow.

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Often without assistants, Colombet works late into the night.

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Villa Nurbs, Colombet's art glows within.

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Colombet looks up at the "Dragon wall" preparing to sandblast.

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Colombet outlasts the other workers, holding the sandblasting gun for hours.

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Light pours in when the art is unveiled.

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Once vinyl templates are removed, traces of sand still adhere to the glass. Seen through two layers of her art, Colombet carefully cleans the glass.

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Colombet's art glows under evening work lights.

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At night, a section of Vicky Colombet's completed art, etched on glass.

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