It Seemed a Beautiful Day

2002
installation | plastic bottles, wire, water, isopropyl alcohol, food dye, and clothesline
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  • It Seemed a Beautiful Day

    It Seemed a Beautiful Day, 2002; plastic bottles, wire, water, isopropyl alcohol, food dye, and clothesline, dimensions variable; Collection SFMOMA, Purchase through the In/Site Fund and the James Wilson Trust in memory of Michael Moran; © Tony Feher


Dimensions variable
Acquired 2003
Collection SFMOMA
Purchase through the In/Site Fund and the James Wilson Trust in memory of Michael Moran
© Tony Feher
2003.101

Tags

abstraction, bottles, recycled materials, wires, water, blue, clotheslines


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