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Early Snow on Mt. Katahdin

Art Glass Sculpture

(ID: A25815)
Limited Edition
Fused and sandblasted glass forms make up this glasscape of Maine's Mount Katahdin, showing first snow above autumn foliage. The landscape is illuminated either at day or night by a light recessed into the rear of the hardwood base, which is reflected off of the wall behind. Limited edition of 30. Signed and numbered on the certificate of authenticity. Minor setup required.


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Early Snow on Mt. Katahdin

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Comments about Early Snow on Mt. Katahdin:

The artists did a great job of packing their work [...] Their numbering of each piece made installation easy. One piece was only slightly warped, making it tricky to fit into the slot; and one piece fits a little loosely in the slot so that it wobbles if touched. However, it's a lovely thing to look at with the light on. The only thing that could be improved is if the artists were to put an on/off switch on the cord. Its current location is very difficult to access. I manually plug and unplug it each day, which is somewhat annoying. Also, the white cord color detracts from the overall beauty of the artwork. A clear cord would be less obvious. In addition, the artists might want to experiment with using other florescent bulbs as I find the bright white one to be too harsh. I think the "natural sunlight" bulbs would be better. The switch/cord/bulb issues are minor things that can be easily fixed so that they don't cheapen an otherwise fine piece of art. For me, these details take away from the otherwise perfection of my purchase.

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