Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Archivision Base to Module 13
Preferred Title:
Rose Bowl
Image View:
Detail, center burnished bowl and rose
Creator:
Sandra Bell (Irish sculptor, born 1954)
Location:
site: Dublin, Leinster, Republic of Ireland
Location Note:
St. Stephen's Green, Ranelagh, Dublin
GPS:
53.337908-6.259189
Date:
2006 (creation)
Cultural Context:
Irish
Style Period:
Twenty-first century
Work Type 1:
sculpture (visual work)
Classification:
sculpture
Material:
bronze
Technique:
casting (process); metalworking
Description:
The sculpture was unveiled by President Mary McAleese on December 1, 2006, World Aids Day. Commissioned by the Rose Project (a relief organization), the sculpture represents the life of Rose Atieno who died of aids in 2003 in Kenya. Rose was the 16th millionth person to die of aids in Sub-Saharan Africa. (Source: Sandra Bell [personal web site]; http://sitekreator.c om/sandrabell/rose-b owl.html)
Collection:
Archivision Addition Module Seven
Identifier:
6A1-BS-ARB-A2
Rights:
© Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.

Rose Bowl