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Delicate cast glass incorporated with solid concrete distinguishes the work of Junichiro Baba. As light passes through the solid glass pieces, the simple transition between light and shadow is revealed.

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JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows No. 2

The Memory of Shadows No. 2
- cast glass and concrete
15-1/2 x 8 x 8 in
$ 3,000.00


JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows No. 2
The Memory of Shadows No. 2
cast glass and concrete  
15-1/2 x 8 x 8 in
$3,000
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows No. 1
The Memory of Shadows No. 1
cast glass and concrete  
15 x 11 x 8 in
$3,200
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows_ no. 3
The Memory of Shadows No. 3
Cast glass, concrete  
30-3/4 x 8 x 8 in
$3,800
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows_ no. 4
The Memory of Shadows No. 4
Cast glass, concrete  
18-3/4 x 18 x 9-1/2 in
$3,300
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadwos
The Memory of Shadows No. 5
Cast glass  
11 x 28 x 2-1/2 in
$5,600
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadwos No. 2 (set of 4)
The Memory of Shadows No. 6
Concrete and cast glass  
12 x 20 x 20 in
$5,600
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows _4 (set of 8)
The Memory of Shadows No. 7
Concrete and cast glass  
11 x 14 x 14 in
$4,700
JUNICHIRO  BABA The Memory of Shadows No. 3 (set of 3)
The Memory of Shadows No. 8
Concrete and cast glass  
9 x 44-1/2 x 8 in
$7,000
JUNICHIRO  BABA Truly Essentially
Truly Essentially No. 1
Concrete and cast glass  
26-1/2 x 32 x 13 in
$3,600
JUNICHIRO  BABA Truly Essentially No. 2 (set of 2)
Truly Essentially No. 2
Concrete and cast glass  
17-1/2 x 14-1/2 x 14-1/2 in
$3,700

JUNICHIRO  BABA

JUNICHIRO BABA

JUNICHIRO BABA Biography

Delicate cast glass incorporated with solid concrete distinguishes the work of Junichiro Baba.  As light passes through the solid glass pieces, the simple transition between light and shadow is revealed.

Baba received his BA degree from Tokyo University and his MFA degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology (NY). He has exhibited extensively in the Japan and the United States including the Mint Museum of Craft + Design (NC) and the Tucson Museum of Art (AZ). His work is in the collections of The Museum of American Glass (NJ), Tokyo Glass Art Institute (Japan), and the Wallace Library (NY).

JUNICHIRO BABA Statement

“Where I grew up, the space around me was geometrically divided by man-made structures forcing nature to the perimeter. My sculptures are strongly influenced by this artificial structured society as I remember it. The synergy created by the contrast between nature and man inspires my work.”

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