Issuu on Google+

Michael  Scheiner   PorBolio   1989–2012  

Full-­‐screen  mode:  Command  +  L  (Mac),  Control  +  L  (PC)  


1  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2012  

Degrees  of  Separa,on   Ise  Contemporary  Art  Museum      InstallaGon   (top  image,  right  to  leI)  

Nine  Dis,nct  Tones   2012   66”H  x  63”  W  x  34”D   Blown  Glass,  Steel  

Sheer  Volume  

2010   50.5”W  x  67.5”D  x  63”  H   Glass,  Aluminum,  Clay  Wash  

Res,ng  Membrane  

2012   272”L  x  51”H  x  9.5”D    6  individual  sheets  of  monitor  glass   (0.5mm    x  1150mm  x  1360mm  


2   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2010  

Sheer  Volume   Tokoname  Kouko   InstallaGon  

Variable  Dimensions    

Sheet  Glass,  Aluminum,  Clay   Wash,  Stone  


3   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2009  

Noc3lucent  

2”  H  x    5.5”  Dia.  

Glass  

 This  work  a^empts  to  express  the   possibility  for  the  coexistence  of   extremes—the  surface  cracks   formed  when  the  interior  glass   was  sGll  molten.  


4   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2008  

Cumulus     23”  x  23”  x  31.5”  

Glass,  Clay  

Wet  clay  pressed  between   50  sheets  of  10mm  float   glass.  


5   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2008  

21  Regions    

35.5”  x  35.5”  x  20.5”  

Plaster,  Steel,  Wire,  Wood,   “C”  Clamps  

The  arGst’s  hand  cast  in  21   individual  plaster  secGons   that  are  held  loosely  in  place   by  steel  supports  and  wire.    


6   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  2007  

LiA  

16”W  x  16”D  x  72”H  

Glass,  Braided  Steel  Wire,   Stone  

Suspended  Blown  Glass.  


7   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1999  

Wing  

65”L  x  23”W  x  4”D  

Sheet  Lead,  Fiberglass  Resin,   Wood  

A  cicada  wing  was  first   modeled  70  Gmes  actual   scale  in  clay.  Sheet  lead  was   then  pressed  into  a  plaster   mold  to  create  the  enlarged   form  which  hangs  on  the   wall.  


8  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1998  

Bearing  

96”L  x  29”H  

Glass,  Epoxy,  Copper  

This  work  deals  with  issues   of  posiGon,  heading  and   potenGal.  


9  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1997  

Mask  

9”W  x  8”H  x  2.5”D  

Lead,  Copper,  Glass  


10  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1997  

Rain  

33”W  x  26”H  x  3”D  

Tin,  Wood,  Copper,  Epoxy   Resin,  Fiberglass  


11  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1997  

Wrapped  for   Presenta,on  

15”  Dia.  x    6.5”H  

Lead,  Glass  

Blown  Glass  form  wrapped   with  sheet  lead.  


13   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1997  

In  a  Manner  of   Speaking  

21”L  x  6”W  x  31”H  

Lead,  Water,  Plywood,  Brass,   Glass,  Epoxy,  Oil  Paint  


14   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1996  

Natural  Progression  

23’H  X  45’W  X  22’D  (approx.)  

Glass,  Fiberglass,  Epoxy,  Copper   Wire  

InstallaGon:   Bloomberg  LP,  New  York   headquarters,  1996–05    


15   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1995  

Exclama,on  

14”    Dia.  x18.5”  H  

Blown  Glass,  Epoxy  Resin,  Oil   Paint,  Copper  Wire  


16  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1993   New  York  Experimental  Glass   Workshop  InstallaGon   (right  to  leI)  

Telescope   86”H  x  81”  W  x  31”D   Glass,  Lead,  Steel,  Fiberglass,   Epoxy  Resin   Event  Horizon  

50”L  x  81”H  x  4”D   Glass  and  Lead  

Shimmer   141”L  x  69”H  x  92”D   Glass,  Clay,  Styrofoam  Core,   Steel  Wire,  Steel    Nails   Curtain  

73”L    x  131”H    x    15”D  

Glass,  Lead,  Steel,  Piano  Wire,   Wood  


17  

MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1993  

Shimmer  

141”L  x  69”H  x  92”D  

Glass,  Clay,  Styrofoam  Core,   Steel  Wire,  Steel    Nails  


18   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1993  

Vessel  Doorway  

8’H  x  6’W  

Glass,  Steel,  Wood  &  Silicone  

Permanent  InstallaGon:    Rhode  Island  of  Design  Museum  


19   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1990  

Duet  

54”  Wide  

Glass,  Oil  Paint,  Rope  


20   MICHAEL  SCHEINER,  1989  

Spear  with  Two   Heads,  Res,ng   54”H  

Glass,  Oil  Paint,  Graphite  


Michael Scheiner 2012 Portfoio