Holland Land Office Museum

Genesee County, New York
131 West Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020


(585) 343-4727

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At Home Exhibit- Anthony Terrell

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At Home Exhibits submitted by the community:

Anthony Terrell:

Anthony is a close friend of the museum. He is a Batavia native who now is a professional artist in New York City. He has shared with us pictures of his next two sculptures, both of which are scheduled to be on display in the future in Batavia. Anthony works with many different mediums. In fact, two of his paintings are currently on display at the museum.






“Waving Goodbye To Everything On the Good Ship Lady Gwendolyn In the Ocean of Life”


Started Spring 2019-It depicts my wife as a ship and myself doing the waving.

Materials:  wood skews-nylon thread-jute twine-various types of threads-various types of glues-polyurethane.

It is scheduled for completion by the end of 2020.

Dimensions:  approx. 6’ long x 5’ high-weight-20lbs.*


“GwenSunRam-Waking Up During Sunrise” &  “ ManonMoonRam-Falling Asleep At Nightfall”


Started Summer/Fall 2019-
It depicts my wife and daughter in the roles as Big Horned Sheep as a Duet.


This sculpture idea taken from the painting donated to HLOM-Oct 2019-“Big Horned Sheep Jumping Fence of Time Wave Prisms”

Materials: wood skews-nylon thread-jute twine-various types of threads-various types of glues-polyurethane-glass plate base (Sun) and plastic platter for neck bases-bar chair for body framework.


It is scheduled for completion by the end of 2020.


Dimension: 7’ 5” tall-approx weight-60 lbs.







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