(American, born 1942)
Location: Washington State Patrol - Crime Laboratory Division, Spokane, Cheney
- ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Frank Boyden's Polarities is designed as a game for the staff of the Washington State Patrol's Crime Laboratory in Spokane, Washington. Boyden intends the work to act as both a distraction from the lab's serious work, and as a way of contemplating the nature of good and bad. Boyden provided the game pieces and "board" but lab staff must make up the strategies and rules.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with Washington State Patrol.
- ABOUT THE ARTIST
Oregon-based artist Frank Boyden creates ceramic, print, and sculptural works that investigate the natural environment. He and his wife Jane Boyden co-founded the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology on the Oregon Coast. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado College. He received Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees from Yale University in Connecticut..
- Material Category
Sculpture - other metals
Sculpture - stone / ceramics / terracotta
Stainless steel, granite, cast bronze, and cast acrylic resin
29 in x 44 in x 76 in (game table)
- ID Number
- Acquisition Method
Site responsive commission
- Artist Location
Oregon, United States
Washington State Patrol
- Artwork Location
Washington State Patrol - Spokane Crime Lab
- WA County
- Site Type
580 West 7th St.
Cheney, WA 99004
- Geo. Coordinates
47.487981 | -117.588372
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