Assembled Glass #2

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Assembled Glass #2
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H (approx.): 79 cm, D: 25 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass with paint of red, blue, teal, orange, cobalt blue, chartreuse, light blue; blown, fractured, sandblasted, oil painted and assembled with adhesive. Tapered vertical with rounded top; tall tapered sandblasted hollow column with a swollen red top end which tapers to a narrow open bottom edge; sides have been fractured into large pieces and reassembled leaving various open spaces; each piece has been air brushed a different bright solid color, red - top 1/3 of piece, cobalt blue - small c-shaped curved into red, teal - long vertical which extends from red through length of piece stopping short several inches above base leaving a gap and revealing cut edges of adjoining pieces, lavender - narrow vertical opposite teal also stopping short of foot leaving almond shaped opening, dark blue over chartreuse - lower 2/3 section has been sandblasted in to parallel horizontal ribbed steps; pieces have been reassembled with an adhesive object is adhered to a flat irregularly shaped triangle piece which has been sandblasted and painted light blue.
Habatat Galleries Inc., Source
Danny Perkins 84
New Glass Review, 5 (1984) p. 19, #66;