The Story of a Glass Sculpture: "Hope and Healing" September 11, 2001

The Story of a Glass Sculpture: "Hope and Healing" September 11, 2001

Kuhn, Jon; Text by James Yood

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Place Published: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Publisher: Stratford Books
Date Published: 2002
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 1891137077
Book Id: 40197

Description

SIGNED. Slim quarto [27 cm] Blue cloth lettered and pictorially stamped in silver and gilt. Near fine condition. Very minor wear to the spine ends and corners of the covers.

Comments

Signed by Jon Kuhn on the title page. "My first conversation with Jon was late in the day on September 11, 2001. After seeing hours of terror and destruction of unbelievable proportion on television, I needed a positive action. On that terrible day, 'Hope and Healing' was conceived. The piece is to be placed in the lobby of the Forsyth Regional Cancer Center. It is a gift from a group of very dedicated physicians- a group of oncologists for whom hope and healing are major parts of their every day work. It is our wish that this sculpture- the original creation of a talented mind and skilled hands- will inspire an atmosphere of hope and enable healing in body, mind, and spirit for all of those who see it." - Elms L. Allen, M.D., Medical Director, Forsyth Regional Cancer Center



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