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This work was generously donated by the artist to the Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation (CCBF). Proceeds from this sale benefit the CCBF, which supports the Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center.

American glass artist Therman Statom (b.1953) uses sheet glass, which he reworks, paints, and adds other glass objects to to create unique, three-dimensional sculptures. Statom is also recognized for his large-scale, site-specific glass installations that utilize sound and digital imagery to create an engulfing experience for the visitor. The recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the 2008 Outstanding Achievement Award presented by UrbanGlass and two fellowship grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Statom became interested in glass work as a youth. He went on to study at Pilchuck Glass School in 1971 and the Rhode Island School of Design. After earning his BA in 1974, he received his Masters from Pratt Institute School of Art and Design in 1978. In studied the hot glass process under Richard Marquis at the University of California in Los Angeles and went on to direct the program from 1983 to 1985.

Select Public Collections:
Cincinnati Art Museum
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Florida
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Musse des Arts Decoratifs, Palais du Louvre, Paris, France
Musee de Design et D’Arts Appliques /Contemporain, Lausanne, Switzerland
Smithsonian’s American Art Museum, Washington D.C.

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Definition Key
Image The central image area, composition, or focal point; the area inside the margins/plate marks.
Margin Areas bordering the central image, outside the plate marks, or the perimeter area.
Edge The farthest edge of the object.
Verso The reverse/back of the object.

Minor An existing condition which generally does not involve risk of loss.
Moderate Noticeable damage, increasing in severity and/or size; should be monitored or corrected by a conservator.
Major Distinct, recognizable damage; the stability of the work is questionable and risk is a factor. Requires the attention of a conservator.
Extreme Advanced and severe damage; work is insecure and at great risk.

  • Acquired directly from the artist.
  • Ships From: New York, USA
  • Shipping Dimensions: 16 x 10 x 8 in. (40.64 x 25.4 x 20.32 cm.)
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