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20 M.E.V.

 - James Piercey
Window/Panel (INTERIOR)


Florida Hospital East Outpatient Care

About the Artwork

James Piercey created this ten foot by five foot glass wall in 1994 as a dividing wall between the reception desk at the entrance to the building and the hallway behind it. It is titled “20 M.E.V.” reflecting the artist’s interpretation of a “negatively charged particle being projected by the 20 million electron volt linear accelerator” at this radiation therapy location. This radiation penetrates “layers of stratified squamous epithelium to strike a target cancer cell with concomitant tissue damage” explains Mr. Piercey (using his pre-med background). The clear glass/mosaic/etched assemblage has little color but is designed to “sparkle” and is translucent for the privacy of those in the hallway.

About the Artist

James Piercey
Born and raised in Jackson Tennessee where he also went to college - at Lambuth College. Attended graduate school in Memphis. His first commercial stained glass project was in 1964 while teaching science in various Orange County, Florida schools. In 1980 he devoted hismself to stained glass as a career and opened the J. Piercey Studios, Inc. the next year. In 1986 he started designing and execuiting stone mosaics as well.



Did you know?

The City of Winter Park's Public Art Advisory Board seeks to bring a temporary exhibitions of sculpture by internationally known artists to Winter Park. Their first 'Art on the Green' was held in 2006/2007.

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