Sunday, April 22, 2012

Stained Glass Art On Elevated Subway Stations In the Bronx

A series of colored-glass panels on the elevated subway stations in the Bronx has been acclaimed as an exemplary work of public art. The artworks are made of pieces of faceted glass, which are about an inch thick and are held together by epoxy, for durability in harsh outdoor environments. Pictured above are two artworks installed on the Nereid Avenue station.

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