Dorothy Gillespie (1920 - 2012) Metal Sculpture. Enamel on Aluminum. Dorothy Gillespie's career spanned seven decades, and was always in the forefront of the American Art movement. Ms. Gillespies works have graced and still grace many institutions, museums, colleges, universities and public places. She was one of the first artists to offer her art to the world through displays in the lobbies of public institutions and governmental centers such as the Mayo Clinic, Epcot Center, Warren Wilson College, Fort Lauderdale Airport-Delta Terminal, Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art,St. Marks School-Dallas, United States Mission to the United Nations, Miami Public Library, Court House Square-Roanoke, VA.
Size: 95 x 8 x 6 in.