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Identifier:
2000.008.1
Artist:
Ann Keister
Medium:
Wool Tapestry
Date:
1998
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 68.0 in Width: 116.0 in
Description:
Wool tapestry depicting falling bridges and water; semi-abstract, confetti; blues, reds, greens.
Historical Context:
"This tapestry refers to the 19th century episode in which a large number of logs broke loose, taking out all of the bridges in downtown Grand Rapids. I felt this chapter from the history of the city would be appropriate given the proximity of the new campus to downtown and the river." -Ann Keister
Credit:
GVSU Collection
Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Terms

tapestry
wool
Library of Congress Subjects
Wool
Tapestry
Abstracts
Bridges
Memory
Art, American
Current Location:
Richard M. DeVos Center -> 5th Floor (DEV)
Location Notes:
DEV; Building C; 5th fl., Above entrance to Amway Board Room.