Title

Four Columns

Artist

Lee Kelly

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Accession Number

28.27.2002

Date Created (circa)

1988

Date Created (exact)

1988

Description

Four rust-colored columns stand in a row with various different shapes on top of them, the one on the far right has an upside down triangle, the next has two conjoined semi-circles, the next has a lightning bolt-like shape, and the one on the far right has a semi-circle. The columns are stippled with various flecks and petals of color. The sculpture was inspired by ancient columns discovered in central Persia. http://elizabethleach.com/Artist-Detail.cfm?ArtistsID=129, http://culturemob.com/lee-kelly-at-the-portland-art-museum

Medium

Steel and enamel

Subject

Steel Columns

Campus Location

On the Reid back lawn, in front of Fouts

Donor

Funds from the Gravin family Art Fund

Provenance

Acquired in 2002

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Keywords

Steel Columns

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