Found Object Sculptures

Each found object sculpture is unique. They embody a journey between chance and intention that tells a story.
I believe that art should “speak” to its audience and each sculpture resonates with the audience differently. Which one speaks to you? and what is it trying to say?
Prices and details for sculpture is listed beneath the image. These items cannot be shipped-but local (to the 21228 zipcode) delivery, or pick up, are available at no cost.
Inward Trajectory $60
Mind’s Eye $100 (SOLD)

 

“Strings Attached” (wood and collage and found objects) $50 12″ (w) x 24″ (h)
Shrine of Ideas $75.00 (SOLD)
Eyespy #1 the lower panel with the doors open
Eyespy #2: entire work (collage and paint on wood). 2 ft (w) x 3 ft (h) . $100.

 

Eyespy#3: the top half of the work.

 

Stonewings (front)
$50.00
4′ x 4″ (box with stone, paper and photography)

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