The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Last Modified: March 11, 2002

plaster (model for bronze)
55.5 x 26 x 19 inches
Wilmington, Delaware

This piece was made after a diagnosis of cancer and prior to surgery at a time when the artist was facing his own mortality and the uncertainty of the impending surgery. It is an abstract representation of Christ and the promise that death is not the end.


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