Lissome #5

DysART Trail

Lissome #5

Haliburton, Ontario K0M, Canada

Created By: Tammy Rea

Point of Interest Details

Artist: Andrew Rothfischer

About: Lissome #5 is shows the curvilinear form that is often repeated in nature: - grass blowing in the wind and the line of the spine in the human body. Lissome #5 is part of Andy’s Lissome series of sculptures. He uses polished concrete to make the curved shape and kiln formed glass or recycled float glass to accent the curves. Lissome #5 uses kilm formed glass. In the morning, the light coming through the glass makes the sculpture look like it is in flames as you approach the College. In the afternoon, as people leave the building the same effect occurs with the sunset. The light filters differently through the glass throughout the day as well as throughout the seasons. Lissome #5 is on long-term loan from the artist. The work is available for sale for a price of $2000.

Materials: Cement and Kiln formed (recycled) glass

This point of interest is part of the tour: DysART Trail


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