The light which we can see with our eyes is called visible light and the visible light waves are the only electromagnetic waves the human eyes can see. There are many colours in the visible light, and each colour has a different wavelength. Lili Lee visualized the wavelengths of light in her work on ceramics for this collaboration. In this project, she observes the lights reflected by water flow and expresses this phenomenon through colours and the shapes onto the ceramics. When shine under lights, the shapes of these hand crafted ceramics catches different wavelengths as each one is indifferent to another. The project presents studies of lines inspired by the palettes presented under the artists observations of light on water.