Serpentina

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Object Name: 
Sculpture
Title: 
Serpentina
Accession Number: 
2006.4.26
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 54 cm, W: 66 cm, D: 30 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1987
Credit Line: 
Gift of the Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family
Web Description: 
Dailey says, “My pieces have kind of a cartoon aspect to them, which I find has been a constant in my work, a constant interest in simple line and the ability to create a caricature of a concept.”
Provenance: 
Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Former Collection
1987
Heineman, Ben W. Sr. Family, Source
Category: 
Inscription: 
Dailey
signature
Engraved Along the front edge in script
Primary Description: 
Vitrolite architectural glass and industrial sheet glass, cut, sandblasted, acid-polished, assembled; copper and gold-plated bronze, anodized aluminum, stainless steel
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass
Contemporary Glass Gallery and Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Glass, Knocking at the Door of Art (2010) illustrated, p. 45; BIB# 115616
The Corning Museumof Glass Extends Major Exhibit (2009-11) illustrated, p. 67;
Corning Museum now home to eclectic glass art collection (2009-07-26) illustrated
Voices of Contemporary Glass: The Heineman Collection (2009) illustrated, pp. 120-121, pl. 42; BIB# 109983
Dan Dailey (2007) illustrated, p. 79 (top); BIB# 99249
Contemporary Glass: A Private Collection (1988) pp. 30-31; BIB# 33000