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Trance

Description

Glass sculpture, entitled Trance, in the shape of an oystercatcher rattle, black with a buff coloured handle, red beak, a crouching figure of black glass on the back of the bird's body, and a design on the breast in formline style representing a hawk: North America, USA, Washington, Seattle, Tlingit, by Preston Singletary, 2006

Museum reference

V.2007.106

Collection

Americas

Object name

Sculpture

Production information

Singletary, Preston, 1963 (b.), Artist
Seattle, Washington, USA, North America

Date

2006

Style / Culture

Tlingit

Materials

Glass

Physical description

Glass, red and black

Exhibitions

  • Artistic Legacies (08 Feb 2019)
    National Museum of Scotland

  • Artistic Legacies (29 Jul 2011 - 2018)
    National Museum of Scotland

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