Top 10 GlassApp objects of 2016

In March of 2015, the Museum launched GlassApp.cmog.org to coincide with the opening of the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Since that time, more than 100,000 people have visited the site. As the year comes to a close, let’s take a look back at the top 10 objects visited through GlassApp in 2016.

10. On Edge, Ivan Mareš

On Edge, Ivan Mareš

On Edge, Ivan Mareš, Zelezny Brod, Czech Republic, 2005. Gift of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser. 2012.3.47.

9. Constellation, Kiki Smith, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto and Linda Ross

Constellation, Kiki Smith, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto and Linda Ross

Constellation, Kiki Smith, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto and Linda Ross, Murano, Italy, Boston Mass., Santa Fe, N.M., 1996. Gift in part of the artist and Pace Gallery, New York. 2013.4.38.

8. West Sky, Alessandro Diaz de Santillana

West Sky, Alessandro Diaz de Santillana

West Sky, Alessandro Diaz de Santillana, Stanwood, Wash., 1997. 2000.4.5.

7. 13 Crows, Michael Rogers

13 Crows, Michael Rogers

13 Crows, Michael Rogers, Chubu, Aichi-ken, Seto, Japan, 2002. 2004.6.3.

6. The Murmur of Bees, Michael Rogers

The Murmur of Bees (detail), Michael Rogers

The Murmur of Bees (detail), Michael Rogers, Rochester, N.Y., 2006. 2009.4.81.

5. Still Life with Two Plums, Flora C. Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick

Still Life with Two Plums, Flora C. Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick

Still Life with Two Plums, Flora C. Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick, Seattle, Wash., 2000. Gift in part of the artists. 2002.4.2.

4. On Extreme Fragility (Homage to Blaschka), Anne Poirier and Patrick Poirier, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto

On Extreme Fragility (Homage to Blaschka), Anne Poirier and Patrick Poirier, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto

On Extreme Fragility (Homage to Blaschka), Anne Poirier and Patrick Poirier, with the assistance of Pino Signoretto, Murano, Italy, 2003. 2008.3.78.

3. Lynx After a Sketchbook Page by Albrecht Durer, Marta Klonowska

Lynx After a Sketchbook Page by Albrecht Durer, Marta Klonowska

Lynx After a Sketchbook Page by Albrecht Durer, Marta Klonowska, Dusseldorf, Germany and Warsaw, Poland, 2009. Gift of Mary Hale and M. Blair Corkran. 2011.3.2.

2. Spatial Negotiation II, Stacey Neff

Spatial Negotiation II, Stacey Neff

Spatial Negotiation II, Stacey Neff, Santa Fe, N.M., 2001. Gift courtesy of John Koegel, The Koegel Group LLP. 2007.4.234.

And the number one object visited in GlassApp is …
Forest Glass, Katherine Gray

Forest Glass, Katherine Gray, Los Angeles, Calif., 2007. 2010.4.49.

Forest Glass, Katherine Gray, Los Angeles, Calif., 2007. 2010.4.49.

Is your favorite on this list? Tell us what it is and why. If your favorite isn’t on this list, visit GlassApp.cmog.org to “Explore Glass” and find your favorite.

Happy New Year from The Corning Museum of Glass!

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