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River Trace

Artist

Dayton Claudio

Collection
OAC Percent for Art
Description:

When the artist was looking for an image or motif for the art he was continually drawn to the unique curving line that the Cuyahoga River makes on the map as it meanders to Lake Erie. This contour is the predominate feature in the artwork. Water is also a feature... Read more

When the artist was looking for an image or motif for the art he was continually drawn to the unique curving line that the Cuyahoga River makes on the map as it meanders to Lake Erie. This contour is the predominate feature in the artwork. Water is also a feature; showing the presence of Lake Erie and its connection to Cleveland. Textures of shipping artifacts are inbedded in the surface further emphasizing the importance of water in shaping Cleveland. Materials used were Epoxy resin with glass cloth

Additional Notes

Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs

Media
Categories
Indoor Collection
Address:

1717 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland , Ohio 44115
Cuyahoga County

Materials

Epoxy/glass; cast aluminum, acrylic

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