The Material Whirl: 04.01.12 — Seven Days of Inspiration, Day 1

SOLD 4″ x 6″, on a cardboard backing “There are always blessings to count.”

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4″ x 6″, on a cardboard backing

“There are always blessings to count.”

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The Material Whirl: 09.11.11 — Torn

SOLD 3-3/4″ x 5-3/8″, on recycled cake mix box cardboard This collage was originally created for my artist friend Bobbi Mastrangelo’s blog tribute to 9/11: ARTISTS??? CONTRIBUTIONS FOR 9/11/2011 TRIBUTE. Look in the comments section for my recollect…

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3-3/4″ x 5-3/8″, on recycled cake mix box cardboard

This collage was originally created for my artist friend Bobbi Mastrangelo’s blog tribute to 9/11: ARTISTS’ CONTRIBUTIONS FOR 9/11/2011 TRIBUTE.  Look in the comments section for my recollection of the first time I ever saw the Twin Towers (in 1971).  And while you’re there, take a look around the rest of Bobbi’s site — she’s the world’s leading expert on art related to manhole covers.  (I’m serious.)  

The Material Whirl: 01.16.11 — Yellow #6

SOLD 6-3/8″ x 5″, on recycled food packaging cardboard. Sixth in the yellow series, and a bigger size than usual.

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6-3/8″ x 5″, on recycled food packaging cardboard.

Sixth in the yellow series, and a bigger size than usual.

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The Material Whirl: 05.17.10 — Sylvan Dinner Party

SOLD 3-3/4″ x 5″, approx. Noriko Endo’s “Sylvan Ambience #2” (quilt), “Caroline Herschel Test Plate” for Judy Chicago’s exhibition, The Dinner Party, 2007.

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3-3/4″ x 5″, approx.

Noriko Endo’s “Sylvan Ambience #2” (quilt), “Caroline Herschel Test Plate” for Judy Chicago’s exhibition, The Dinner Party, 2007.

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The Material Whirl: 03.31.10 — smiling inside

SOLD 5-3/8″ x 4″, on recycled cereal box cardboard The eye is from the advertisement for the Cleopatra exhibit at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

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5-3/8″ x 4″, on recycled cereal box cardboard

The eye is from the advertisement for the Cleopatra exhibit at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

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