[Newspaper clipping of article titled "Mathematical glass sculpture being assembled at BGSU"].

[Newspaper clipping of article titled "Mathematical glass sculpture being assembled at BGSU"].

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1 clipping : ill. ; 26 x 29 cm.
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Range 13, Bay 3, Shelf 6, Dominick Labino collection, Box 51, folder 303, Icosahedron
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This item is part of the Dominick Labino collection.
"Glass sculptor Dominick Labino... assembles a lighted glass sculpture called 'Icosahedron' with the help of Baker O'Brien, who works with metal". Newspaper clipping is from The Blade and is dated September 22, 1976.
Icosahedron is a twenty-sided glass scultpure of equilateral triangles created for the Mathematical Sciences Building of Bowling Green State University. The patterns in the panels were achieved by using the free-hand molten inlay technique.
Dominick Labino collection
Sent to photography October 2011 (photography no. 1000062240).
Reproduction displayed in the exhibition titled "Founders of American Studio Glass: Dominick Labino" held at the Rakow Research Library from November 17, 2011-January 6, 2013.