Norma Penchansky Glasser

Artwork

Anna (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Anna (1/5)

Cast Bronze

26 x 19 x 11 in (66.04 x 48.26 x 27.94 cm)

$5,300

The Intrusion (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

The Intrusion (1/5)

Cast Bronze

14 x 23 x 13 in (35.56 x 58.42 x 33.02 cm)

$4,000

Dance With Me

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Dance With Me

Mixed Media and Monoprint Book

7 x 5 in (17.78 x 12.70 cm)

$500

Shapes of the Old City

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Shapes of the Old City

Mixed Media Tunnel Book

7 x 7 x 6 in (17.78 x 17.78 x 15.24 cm)

$500

Finding the Edge (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Finding the Edge (1/5)

Cast Bronze

18.50 x 21 x 12 in (46.99 x 53.34 x 30.48 cm)

$4,650

The Rehearsal II

Norma Penchansky Glasser

The Rehearsal II

Pencil

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$660

From Conversation

Norma Penchansky Glasser

From Conversation

Cast Bronze

17 x 16 x 19 in (43.18 x 40.64 x 48.26 cm)

$4,850

Moment in Space (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Moment in Space (1/5)

Cast Bronze

12.50 x 18 x 8.50 in (31.75 x 45.72 x 21.59 cm)

$2,650

Three Points of Extension (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Three Points of Extension (1/5)

Cast Bronze

12 x 22 x 10.50 in (30.48 x 55.88 x 26.67 cm)

$3,300

Moving Toward the Middle I

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Moving Toward the Middle I

watercolor crayon

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$550

Moving Toward The Midde

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Moving Toward The Midde

Watercolor

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$880

To Honor Jeff (1/5)

Norma Penchansky Glasser

To Honor Jeff (1/5)

Cast Bronze

21 x 20 x 13 in (53.34 x 50.80 x 33.02 cm)

$4,000

Moving Toward The Middle II

Norma Penchansky Glasser

Moving Toward The Middle II

watercolor crayon

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$550

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Norma Penchansky Glasser
About: Norma freezes the transitory moments and the subtle variations in position and movement that the figure in dance finds in rehearsal and performance. She portrays the motion of the figure and captures stress, strain, and relaxation. Her work often shows the figure at the point of no return, that moment when the viewer believes they may fall. Process: Ms Glasser uses the lost wax process for her bronze sculptures. She is involved in every step of the process starting with creating the sketch, and sculpting the clay. She creates the molds, work the wax positive, burnishes the patina, and designs the base upon which the sculpture resides. With the exception of commissions, each mold is used to to provide an edition of 7 pieces after which the mold is broken and discarded.
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