Left: Woman Waving, Oil & Plaster of Paris on wood (1960)
Right: Clock case with My Grandfather's carving (1950) and part of my Woman Waving.
Piano and organ parts are
encased in 200 year old wood
taken from a door found in
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Electric organ component can be played.
Bottom View with playable organ keys, piano pedals and stool.
This large assemblage began with the $10 junk store purchase of matching youth chairs. The artwork consists of two wood panels showing the birth of a chair transitioning into its future. The chair begins as a pile of white parts and doesn't gain its life-intended color until it is complete and had moved from the left hand panel into an attic. The computer-generated poster of the young girl was created using an early 1900s photo. The small framed photo is of the artist's mother.
Fund objects include a child's chair
This work is composed of guitar parts, piano and electronic elements with half of an electric motor housing added. The assembly is mounted on a wood panel that is wrapped with a computer-generated, digital art poster montage of sheet musi
Acoustic guitar sculpture with found objects mounted on digital art poster