Burnt Matchstick

 

 

This 40-foot-tall steel-framed

stained glass sculpture

referencing a

burnt wooden matchstick

is being featured in the

 

Sculpture in

Civic Center Park Exhibition

 

in

Newport Beach, California

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Isosceles Triangle:

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2018 theme to remain a holiday secret until further notice!

 

Tessellated Mosaic Workshop

            

Another iteration of this recurring project

is again taking place in 2018 at

Fillmore Central High School in Harmony, MN

            

 

 

 

SPRING/SUMMER 2018

Harmony, Minnesota

UNTIL FALL 2019

Newport Beach, California

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FALL 2018

Tulsa, Oklahoma

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A Karl Unnasch transformation of this

 

Log Cabin

 

is being installed

on the grounds of the

 

Philbrook Museum of Art.

 

 

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NOVEMBER 2018 — JANUARY 2019

Silver Spring, Maryland

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Downtown Silver Spring,

        

at its 7th annual   

 

Re-Imagining the Holidays,

 

will again be featuring

a holiday tree installation

by

 

Karl Unnasch

 

for their 2018—2019 holiday season.

 

 

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