Animal architecture [slide].

Animal architecture [slide].
Tennent, Frances V.
[Ontario, Canada], 1985.
plate glass ; 43 cm. x 18 cm.
Format of Material: 
Slides & Transparencies
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Tennent, Frances V.; NGR 7, no. 83
Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 86.4.176 acquired by the Museum in 1986.
Description in New Glass Review: Plate glass; fused, sandblasted.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Colorless non-lead glass (double diamond plate) with natural green tint; cut, fused and sandblasted. Abstract, four- legged animal; free-standing on four legs; hollow "envelope" body comprised of two wide, flat, triangular sections joined along top two edges with thin, pointed, irregular projections sandwiched within seam; body open at base; each "leg" formed of two overlapped triangles fused together and onto the body; overall interior and exterior sandblasted giving matte surface; (A) slightly larger of the pair, with deep green tint, legs are fused to exterior of body; (B) legs fused to inside edge of body; inscribed on one side of each "body" near tip/edge "F.7./85" [reversed block letter F., numeral seven or one./85].
Technique: Fusing and sandblasting.
Type: Sculpture.
Image orientation: landscape.
Published in: New Glass Review 7, p. 26, no. 83.
Master slide condition: Scattered residue and scattered scratches.
Slide 1 condition: Scattered scratches and scattered residue.
Slide 2 condition: Dust.
Copies in drawer: 2
New Glass Review 7; entry no. 623.1.85
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 7 no. 83
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Image of CMoG object: 86.4.176