Diné Two Grey Hills Rug Pattern Stained Glass Window by Terry Brock [SOLD]

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Terry Brock
  • Category: Navajo Textiles and Blankets
  • Origin: Western Artists
  • Medium: glass, lead, wood
  • Size:
    43-½” 29-½” glass;
    51-½” x 34-3⁄4” frame
  • Item # 04678
  • SOLD

This amazing Diné Two Grey Hills rug pattern was accomplished using various colored glass to reflect the traditional pattern of the Navajo rug with the exception that red was included rather than all black, brown and white as in a true Two Grey Hills rug.   

Albuquerque artist Terry Brock made this leaded glass window under commission for Adobe Gallery in 1980. It was displayed over a window at the gallery in Old Town Albuquerque from 1980 until the gallery was closed in 2003.  The leaded glass frame is surrounded by a redwood frame which could be removed or replaced to fit a desired space.

The artist commented that red glass is so brilliant because it is infused with gold. 

Condition: this Diné Two Grey Hills Rug Pattern Stained Glass Window by Terry Brock is in original condition

Provenance: commissioned by Adobe Gallery.   Completed on 19 July 1980

 

Terry Brock
  • Category: Navajo Textiles and Blankets
  • Origin: Western Artists
  • Medium: glass, lead, wood
  • Size:
    43-½” 29-½” glass;
    51-½” x 34-3⁄4” frame
  • Item # 04678
  • SOLD

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