Shard Cornice

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Object Name: 
Installation
Title: 
Shard Cornice
Accession Number: 
2007.4.15
Dimensions: 
Variable
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
2000
Credit Line: 
Gift of Dale and Doug Anderson, Kate Elliott, and Elisabeth and Norman Sandler with additional sculptural elements donated by Ralph and Eugenia Potkin.
Primary Description: 
Installation, "Shard Cornice." Multi-colored found glass shards; concrete block, assembled. Concrete blocks with pieces of glass inserted into the top to form the top layer of a wall.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Anderson, Dale, Source
2006
to
2007-04-11
Anderson, Doug (American, b. 1952), Source
2006
to
2007-04-11
Elliott, Kate (American, b. 1950), Source
2006
to
2007-04-11
Sandler, Elisabeth, Source
2006
to
2007-04-11
Sandler, Norman, Source
2006
to
2007-04-11
Potkin, Eugenia, Former Collection
Potkin, Ralph, Former Collection
Color: 
Technique: 
Taking Shape: Pilchuck Glass School in the '70s
Venue(s)
Bellevue Arts Museum
Seventy-five pieces representing both early and later work by Dale Chihuly, James Carpenter, Fritz Dreisbach, Erwin Eisch, Mary Ann "Toots" Zynsky, Italo Scanga (1932 - 2001), Benjamin Moore, Paul Marioni, the team of Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick, William Morris, Lino Tagliapietra, Richard Marquis and others.
Title Unknown (Henry Art Gallery)
Venue(s)
Henry Art Gallery
 
Green Interventions: Buster Simpson (2003-12) illustrated, pp. 42-43; BIB# AI59173