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Quite rare. Footed, bucket-shaped glass with simple pouring spout at rim. Cut with band of fine diamonds over flat cut panels. Stem with annular knop. Single ogee stem terminating at spread foot ring.
Square, bucket form, engraved with floral and initial decoration. Annular knop. Rommer originates from the German term Römer, which was an ample, sturdy vessel with large bowl.
A folding fire screen composed of seven panels of painted and leaded glass, all but one of autumnal shaded branches and leaves. The largest, central panel is composed of a circular roundel of leaded glass depicting a woman with long curly blond hair dressed in a red robe with white column. Her right hand clasps a peach, the left hand is raised at 90º to her face with index finger pointing to her right. The carved wooden oak frame features a spindled skirt on outswept legs.
Beaded amautik with blue chest panel
Beaded amautik with fuchsia chest panel
Beaded amautik with red chest panel
Barbed Wire Connection
Installation piece which runs approximately 50 feet along a gallery wall and consists of three main components: the Christ Head, the car fender and the large tangle of the barbed wire with three wolf skulls. The Christ head is placed low, directly on the gallery floor and cut in half.
The installation consists of three, freestanding, wall-sized elements. The first is a two-sided, curved, black screen, each side displaying a different narrow black and white painted image of a deteriorating garden. There are also two gingham-covered walls.
Goblet with large cup supported by baluster stem. The baluster stem is composed of two bulbous forms both of which are green