Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Patsy Norvell

Glass Garden

Glass Garden

Patsy Norvell. Glass Garden, 1979–1980.

Description:
Glass Garden can be a solitary space or can be used as a greenhouse. The entrance doorway is sandblasted with climbing roses and the main house features five panels of individual flowers divided by panels of formalized tulips. It can be placed either indoors or outdoors.

Medium:
Sculpture

Tags:
transparency, flowers, plants, glass, architecture, space, garden, greenhouse

Images
Hair QuiltUntitledExhibition Installation, AIR GallerySnow RibbonGlass GardenJungle WallGarden Stops

Location
New York, NY
United States

Contact
patsynorvell@earthlink.net

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