February 4 – March 1, 1984

McPherson Library Gallery

Sculptural and clear glass etched constructions created by Christian Ferry. The clear-glass sculptures have been conceived as autonomous models for larger works in public spaces. Based on variations on a theme, the squares possess unlimited possibilities in design applications and art integral in addressing the joining of modern architecture with landscape oriented art. the flat works represent a three year exploration with clear frosted glass and semi-sculptural assemblages.