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A stack of glass shows the amount of leaves from three different species of tree.

Leaf Tally

Rosenwald Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1994


Sandblasted glass


6" tall x 12" wide  x 4" deep

The leaves of three different young trees--oak, maple, and beech--were recorded and sandblasted onto glass. Each leaf became a single plate of glass.  Stacked up from the largest to the smallest, Leaf Tally creates a graph of how many leaves are produced by different saplings. The maple has the most biomes per year.

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