Campana Brothers Select: Works from the Permanent Collection

Primordial Bowl vessel form

  • William Lequier (American, b. 1953)
    United States, ca. 1984
    Glass
    This acquisition was made possible through the Louis Comfort
    Tiffany Foundation, 1985-24-1
    Photo: Andrew Garn

  • William LeQuier, a member of the American Studio Glass movement, created this vessel through a complicated process of freeblowing forms wrapped with clear glass, sand-blasted, cut on a diamond wheel, then acid-etched to create a waxy-looking surface. While the object exhibits a strong sculptural quality, it maintains a connection with the traditional vessel form.

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