Ada Koch
Reflections of Hope Poppy (artist proof of 117)
metal, automotive paint
20" x  20"  x 20"

REFLECTIONS OF HOPE: ARMISTICE 1918

In the Summer of 2018, the Kansas City-based artist Ada Koch created 117 metal poppy sculptures, each representing 1,000 American soldiers killed in the first World War. These sculptures were installed at the National WWI Museum and Memorial as part of the observance of the 100 year annivesary of the amistice that ended the Great War.

It is with great honor that we are able to exhibit and make available for purchase three of these unique sculptures.

Reflections of Hope Poppy (artist proof of 117)

$1,000.00Price

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