Monday, January 3, 2011

Proportions of a Man's Heart

You may have seen a few glimpses of this piece in the fall, when I posted it as a WIP, before it went to the Art of Horror show. I wanted to share a few more photos of the finished piece. 

I'm currently in the process of photographing all my work and adding to my Etsy shop. So you will be seeing some details on pieces you might not have seen before, or only viewed as a work in process.



Also, I have some great news to share; I will be teaching my techniques and process of making box assemblages like this at East Coast Art Retreats. The class is called "Ghost Stories." You will learn how to I pull together the story from found objects and create your own narrative from artifacts.
 
Stay tuned for more info on this as registration is opening soon


Title: Proportions of a Man's Heart
Materials: Mixed Media Assemblage (created from found objects, vintage tool box, plastic classroom anatomy figure, key hole, key, old paper, book cover, barbed wire, army men, gel medium, acrylic paint)
Size:14 1/2" across x 10 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" deep




 
 
 
 This piece is for sale. See Art Section or my Etsy Site for more info.

2 comments:

urbandon (Don Pezzano) said...

Very, very powerful. Exceptional.

Laurel said...

It's interesting to see the details that go together to make such a compelling story.
I got my prize today, the Boy collage! I love it!!!! I will put it by my work table to inspire me: )
Thank-you!