Lot 128: Steve Tobin, (American, b. 1957), Horizontal, open form Cocoon, blown glass, 46" Long
July 27, 2013
Indianapolis, IN, USA
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(American, b. 1957)
Horizontal, open form Cocoon
Hand-blown glass vessels, held in a wrought-iron structures, Tobin's Cocoon series sculptures are figural without being literal, each with their own personality and quiet presence. This is one of four examples from this series, in a range of sizes and orientations, offered in this sale.
About Steve Tobin
An American sculptor working in metal, ceramics and glass, Steve Tobin describes his predominantly nature-inspired works as "monuments to the meeting of science and art."
Tobin studied theoretical mathematics at Tulane University, and has mounted exhibitions and public art projects throughout the world. Perhaps his best known work, Trinity Root, is installed at St. Paul's Chapel in Lower Manhattan, New York City. During the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, the chapel had been partly shielded from damage by a 70-year-old sycamore tree. Tobin created a bronze sculpture of the tree's stump and roots, which now sits in front of the church on the corner of Wall Street and Broadway.