Your House or Mine

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Object Name: 
Wall Plaque
Your House or Mine
Place Made: 
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Overall H: 5.8 cm ,W: 58.8 cm, L: 58.8 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent and translucent shades of blue, translucent orange, red, and yellow non-lead glasses; cut glass placed over colorless sheet, fused, kiln-formed over a mold. Square plaque with broad angled sides and v-ridged center area; square format interior decorated with six non-identical vertical rows of overlapping "houses" (square boxes with pitched roofs) forming irregular rows of chevron patterning against light blue background; sides comprised of narrow strips of color near base edged with broad bands of deep blue with multicolor triangular patches; overall mottling and air traps, overall mold texture on back side; signature not located.
Glass Artists' Gallery, Chicago 1994 through 1994