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Bijan Bahar Lucite and Epoxy Resin Sculpture Yin Yang

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A beautiful colorful sculpture by the noted artist Bijan Bahar. Bijan created this incredible sculpture by first creating a lucite box and then filling it with epoxy resin. before the resin hardened he filled it with found objects of color. after it dried he cut the sculpture artfully into two pieces. it was created in the mid 1990's and is signed and numbered 1/1. It is in good age appropriate condition with some crazing to the seams where the glue has crazed. There are some surface scratches and minor nicks as well. Not the bottom is sanded to a Frost finish by the artist. A bio af the artist follows: Museum Shows / Collections Some of Commissions / Collections Irvine Foundation, Los Angeles, CA Mr. R. Lichtenstein, Int. Riverside Museum of Art, Riverside, CA Mr. Ali Sobhani, CA Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA 3700 Wilshire Blvd, LA, CA Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, CA Mrs. Rose Freeman, CA Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC Mr. and Mrs. Wiernik, PA Las Vegas Museum of Art, Las Vegas, NV Mr. Sam Francis, Int. Baccarat Museum,cycling Paris, France Pat Sajak gift Laguna Beach Art Museum Metro Goldwyn-Mayer, CA The Walker Art Museum, KS Long Beach Children's Hospital Art Institute of Chicago CBS The Modern Museum of Art Orange County Performing Arts Center, CA Showcase of the World Treasures Tehran, Iran Memorial Medical Center Foundation, CA Presidential Citation Award A.S.I.D. BelAge Hotel, WH, CA Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ McDonald Corporation Intel Museum Baccarat Crystal, Paris, France Standard Oil, Chicago, Ill. Exhibitions Xerox Jefferson Airplane, Int. International Contemporary Art Fair, Japan Mr. Frederick Weisman, Int. Vorpal Galleries, NY and CA Mr. Arnon Milchan, Int. Baccarat, NY, and Paris, France Dr. Peter Kraus, CA Fluor Corporation Bishop Gerald McAllister, OK Gillman Galleries, Chicago, Il. Mr. M. Epstein S. Schwimer, BH, CA Dana Reich Galleries, SF, CA Mr. Noel Blank Denise Rene Gallery, New York Mr. E. Shore / Mr. C. Paul Cedar-Sinai Medical Center,NIKE LA, CA Mr. Harold Holder Masterpiece Publishing, Inc , CA Mr. Tom Vardon Adamson Duvannes Gallery, LA, CA Mr. Ron Davis, BH, CA Gallery Michael, BH, CA Mr. & Mrs. Potter, CA Chicago International Art Fair, Chicago, Il Mr. Donald Ziccardi, NY LA International Art Fair, LA, CA Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Smoke, Int. San Francisco International Art Exposition ’98 Dr. & Mrs. Blondes, MD Bishop Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ Mr. Daniel Winn Calvin - Charles Gallery, AZ Harkins Theaters, AZ Mr. & Mrs. Staddard, AZ Mr. P. Morgan, Mayor of Omaha.    

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  • Period
  • Condition
    Good. It is in good age appropriate condition with some crazing to the seams where the glue has crazed. There are some surface scratches and minor nicks as well. Not the bottom is sanded to a frost finish by the artist..
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses.
  • Dimensions

    H 12 in. x W 18 in. x D 3.38 in.

    H 30.48 cm x W 45.72 cm x D 8.59 cm

  • Seller location
    Palm Springs, CA
  • Reference number
    LU83507777783

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