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Accession Number

28.29.2000

Date Created (circa)

2000

Date Created (exact)

2000

Description

A rectangular frame of dark steel holds three large panes of rainbow glass which are divided into proportions based on the Golden Section or Divine Proportion. In the center the glass pieces are interrupted by a similar division of proportions created with steel and empty space. There is a large swirl of steel running through the entire piece as well, resembling the shell of a moon snail. For more on the Divine Proportion see: http://www.summum.us/philosophy/phi.shtml, http://www.keplersdiscovery.com/DivineProportion.html

Medium

Layered glass and steel

Subject

Colored Glass, Divine Proportion

Campus Location

Between La Casa Hispana and the Fine Arts interest houses

Origin

Walla Walla, Washington

Donor

Whitman College purchased the piece from the artist

Provenance

Perry Award Winner

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Keywords

Colored Glass, Divine Proportion

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