I live in San Francisco. All
art glass looks like a disaster in the making to me. We have a cool piece of stained glass, but it is very firmly attached to the structure and will only be a problem if the building collapses.
I may as well offer it up for critique and ridicule.
The piece is about 24" wide and 16" high, and is framed on the top and bottom only. The side edges expose the rippled edge of the glass.
Mrs. A and I collect Inuit art, mostly prints from the annual Cape Dorset collection. In this case the artist is an Inuit woman named Kenojuak Ashevak, who is the Grande Dame of Inuit art, and depicts an Inuit woman in traditional dress with a pair of arctic char rampant. Your guess is as good as mine whether she is praying to them, celebrating eating them, or giving them handies. The piece was produced in a run of 12 copies; ours is 12/12 (I always like to have the first or the last of a particular run, just because).
We call it "Our Lady of the Fishes".Edited by imatlas - 8/26/13 at 10:44pm