Posted by on Jun 12, 2011 in News, Public Art | 0 comments

Penn State Library Doors

Seen here, the open library doors to the Schwab Family Holocaust Reading Room flank the entry and tell the story of the crushing events of the Holocaust in a highly detailed abstract design worked into the glass.  When closed, the tree tops come together forming an archway.   The doors were commissioned by the school’s chancellor, whose charge to me was to create art that would encourage students with no knowledge of the events in Europe to enter and learn.

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