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Overall H: 21 cm, Diam (max): 37.5 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of the Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family
Web Description: 
The subject of Ann Wolff’s blown and engraved bowls is the life of women, and her art rarely strays from that exploration. The relationships between women as friends and as mothers and daughters, domestic life, and the role of women in society deeply concern her. She says, “It is natural to take oneself as one’s starting point. The situation of women partly determines who I am and leads me to pose particular questions.”
Habatat Galleries Inc., Former Collection
Heineman, Ben W. Sr. Family, Source
Ann Warff 20.6./4
Primary Description: 
Blown glass, acid-etched, sandblasted.
Corning Museum of Glass
Contemporary Glass Gallery and Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Voices of Contemporary Glass: The Heineman Collection (2009) illustrated, p. 335, pl. 225; BIB# 109983
Treasures from the Corning Museum of Glass (2008-12) illustrated, Cover, January;