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2-part Sculpture
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(a,b) H: 25.6 cm, W: 40 cm, D: 22.6 cm; (a) H; 21.5 cm; (on pads) W: 40 cm, D: 16.2 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Transparent deep blue, aqua non-lead glasses; molten glass poured into graphite mold, annealed, cut, ground, polished. Base: solid, thick, rectangular slab of deep striated blue, edges and bottom side show overall mold marks, four black plastic feet on each corner; Large upper "glacier" is a solid vertical rectangle of pale aqua, top side has deep, ovoid "basin", sides taper in slightly towards base, long sides are smooth, short ends are textured and irregularly faceted, one end broadly angled; flat base with four corner plastic separators; inscribed in script on bottom of upper section: "J Lewis/87-75".
Heller Gallery, Source
Title Unknown (Heller Gallery)
Heller Gallery 1988 through 1988
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass (1992) illustrated, p. 140, #142; BIB# 35679