Power Station – 1993

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Artist: Henk Pander

Medium: Watercolor

Dimensions: 40″ × 60″

Location: 5 floor, #93 on the map

Variations on the Square

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Artist: Gordon Gilkey

Medium: Monotype

Location: 5 floor, #92 on the map

Sakanoshita-Keeper of the Shrine – 1996

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During the summer of 1984, Walt Padgett bicycled and camped Japan's Tokaido, documenting the famous "53 Stations of the Tokaido" prints of Ando Hiroshige and Junichiro Sekino. Since that time Mr. Padgett has been producing his own series of woodblock prints from his travels on this historic highway. The Tokaido, literally the "eastern sea route" stretching 320 miles, has provided the main link between the cities of Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo) for a thousand years.

Artist: Walt Padgett

Medium: Print (Japanese Woodblock Print)

Dimensions: 11.125″ × 17.875″

Location: 5 floor, #123 on the map

Ejiri-Pine of Miho Bay – 1996

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During the summer of 1984, Walt Padgett bicycled and camped Japan's Tokaido, documenting the famous "53 Stations of the Tokaido" prints of Ando Hiroshige and Junichiro Sekino. Since that time Mr. Padgett has been producing his own series of woodblock prints from his travels on this historic highway. The Tokaido, literally the "eastern sea route" stretching 320 miles, has provided the main link between the cities of Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo) for a thousand years.

Artist: Walt Padgett

Medium: Print (Japanese Woodblock Print)

Dimensions: 11.25″ × 18″

Location: 5 floor, #125 on the map

Mitsuke-Tenryu River – 1995

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During the summer of 1984, Walt Padgett bicycled and camped Japan's Tokaido, documenting the famous "53 Stations of the Tokaido" prints of Ando Hiroshige and Junichiro Sekino. Since that time Mr. Padgett has been producing his own series of woodblock prints from his travels on this historic highway. The Tokaido, literally the "eastern sea route" stretching 320 miles, has provided the main link between the cities of Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo) for a thousand years.

Artist: Walt Padgett

Medium: Print (Japanese Woodblock Print)

Dimensions: 11.25″ × 18″

Location: 5 floor, #124 on the map

Matinee Idol

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While it's apparent that I've employed the kind of banal imagery that defines the pedestrian notion of Western culture, it is, I hope, also evident that the work is saturated with whimsey and parody. It is aggressively frontal. The paper thin bronze shell appears to be cut or torn from a larger form. The gestural lines and geometric shapes that have been added emphasize the lack of volume and mass.

Artist: Tom Morandi

Medium: Bronze

Dimensions: 19″ × 14″ × 11″

Location: 5 floor, #91 on the map

Leaf Branch

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Artist: Bruce West

Medium: Steel (Stainless Steel)

Dimensions: 75″ × 12″ × 8″

Location: 5 floor, #90 on the map

Symbiosis–1&2

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I am usually not thinking so much about a finished work, but am inspired, accepting and mystified by the process of creating it.

What inspires me is the outcome of materials at hand and their relationship to each other. Also the willingness to be spontaneous, and the compulsion to make something that expresses my own life's experience as well as reflect to the viewer the dynamics and emotion of their spirit.

Artist: Thomas Anderson

Medium: Mixed (Mixed on Aluminium)

Dimensions: 29″ × 35.5″ × 1.5″

Location: 4 floor, #89 on the map

Fire

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Artist: Michael Brophy

Medium: Oil (Oil on Canvas)

Dimensions: 65″ × 70″

Location: 4 floor, #88 on the map

Summertime II

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Artist: Bruce West

Medium: Steel (Stainless Steel)

Dimensions: 24″ × 13″ × 3″

Location: 4 floor, #87 on the map

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