His name is Daniel Clayman, but I keep thinking of him as Glassman.
On a hot and muggy afternoon, the glass man descended from a scissor lift in Grounds For Sculpture's Museum Building to talk about his installation. Radiant Landscape, on view through February 2018, is comprised of three elements: "Amber Drape," a cascading curve of amber-colored glass tiles that consumes most of the building's main gallery; "Contracurve," a similarly structured wall of glass tiles that catches the light, and color reflection, from "Amber Drape"; and "Blue Horizon," a blue glass sky made from glass tiles stitched together, overhead. It creates the feeling of being underwater.
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