JOYCE ICE Retired Director, Art Museum of WVU
PICK 1: Shy, 1998, Brighton Sango (1958-1995), serpentine, 40’ x 20,’ Gift of John F. and Ruth B. McGee.
ROBERT BRIDGES Curator, Art Museum of WVU
PICK 3: Bridge, 2016, He Zhenhai (b. 1958), limestone and stainless steel, 16’ x 6’ x 16,’ Myers Acquisition Fund.
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