Plate-object I [slide].

Author/Artist: 
Willebrands, Frans, 1953-
Publisher: 
[Amsterdam, Netherlands], 1985.
Description: 
glass ; 4 cm. x 64 cm. x 38 cm.
Juror: 
Buechner, Thomas S.
Frantz, Susanne K.
Lerner, Abram
Technique: 
Sandblasting
Other Authors: 
Buechner, Thomas S. juror
Frantz, Susanne K. juror
Lerner, Abram juror
Vallien, Bertil, 1938- juror
F. Willebrands. manufacturer/owner
CMoG: 86.3.15
Bib ID: 
102708
Variant Title: 
Plate-object 1
Notes: 
Master slide condition: Scattered residue and scattered scratches.
Slide 1 condition: Good, no marks.
Slide 2 condition: Good, no marks.
Copies in drawer: 2
Published in: New Glass Review 7, p. 29, no. 96.
Slide is property of The Corning Museum of Glass. Copyright for image held by artist. CMoG has a license to "reproduce and sell on the Museum's behalf, and without compensation to the artist, slides, postcard, microfiche, or photographs of my objects selected for New Glass Review 7." Rights and Reproductions Manager.
Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 86.3.15 acquired by the Museum in 1986.
Description in New Glass Review: Melted black flat glass on red cylindrical glass form; sandblasted.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Opaque black, translucent red non-lead glasses; cut, slumped, sandblasted, ground, polished, assembled. Circular with a transversing line; (a) opaque black circle of window glass slumped over a cement mold to produce overall surface of shallow ribbing, also a central, circular depression and a diagonally transversing "fold"; plate has been sandblasted to produce satin finish, edges ground and polished; signed on base "F.W.W. '85". (b) Solid, straight length of orange/red tubing with ends cut and polished at an angle, raised by two short lengths of same tubing inset slightly from each end and adhered to long length; tube section sits underneath (a), fitting into transversing "fold".
Technique: Sandblasting.
Type: Sculpture.
Image orientation: landscape.
Series: 
New Glass Review 7; entry no. 399.1.85
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 7 no. 96