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|joe bruce||This is a stained glass piece I purchased several years ago in Spokane. I know the artist and he knew of my interest in the space program. The faceplate is a mirrored so you can see yourself in the helmet.|
It is an unusual piece. I spoke with the artist recently and he is wishing he had not sold the piece.
The dimensions are 24" x 24".
|chet||Interesting, unusual and pretty unique... I can certainly understand why he regrets having parted with it.|
|lunardreamer||That is a beautiful piece. I'd like to buy one if the artist ever decided to create another. What are the dimensions?|
|onesmallstep||Nice piece of artwork. Other than the stained glass with a piece of moonrock in the National Cathedral, what would be some other similar space art in public/private spaces in the US?|
|Robert Pearlman||Since 2006, the Kansas Cosmosphere has displayed a large stained glass tribute to America's fallen astronauts. |
|garymilgrom||Very nice and unique piece. You're lucky to own it. |
|SpaceCadet1983||Beautiful piece of Space artwork! I love the Cosmosphere's tribute to America's fallen astronaut's. It's breath taking!|
|JBoe||Both pieces (Gemini 4 spacewalk and fallen astronauts' tribute) are stunning!|