Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 2, Page 12 Winter 1993 On Campus New York souvenirs Architectural patterns, structure and space found in the urban environment inspired a recent New York City exhibition of table-top objects and sculptural jewelry by Anne Krohn Graham. The professor of art used sterling silver, glass and anodized aluminum to create Table Top Towers, left, a sculpture that becomes salt and pepper shakers, candle holders, vessels and napkin ring balconies. Upper Manhattan, a cuff of 18- karat gold and sterling silver, upper left, also was part of Graham's exhibition, along with Picnic in Central Park, which disassembles into sculptural eating tools, napkin ring, tongs and salt and pepper shakers. "I respond to the light from interiors at night, public signs and graffiti, non-peopled urban space as seen in aerial views, lattice frameworks, beamed ceilings and apartment balconies," says Graham. "Urban structures of bridges, elevators, escalators, grids, gratings, windows and fences become modules in my design conception." She also has developed metalwork series around Australian and African themes.