Tag Archives: found object art

Puppy Butt Leaves the Portland Airport

Nothing like having 14 cases of artwork up in Terminal A at the Portland Airport for six months to get some eyes on the work. I pick up all the art Monday. It has been a blessing to receive so … Continue reading

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John Frame’s Broken Narrative

While in Los Angeles last summer I discovered John Frame, a sculptor I admired from Southern California, had a new exhibit entitled Three Fragments of a Lost Tale at the Huntington.  I had been introduced to his work through a … Continue reading

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A Revised Street Where You Live

On October 4th I put up a post regarding this piece.  Unfortunately I didn’t have time to take a good photo of it.  Here’s a better one than the first. This work was created in collaboration with a local show … Continue reading

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Millions of Bits and Pieces

I met Mary McCleary years back at a conference when I got to see a broad swath of her work at an exhibition she was having in Dallas.  I immediately became a fan. It’s also a delight to meet an … Continue reading

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Kienholz’s Wear and Tear

While in New York I was pleasantly surprised to run into an artist, Ed Kienholz that had a profound affect on me in undergraduate, and even more so in graduate school at Washington State University.  I had an instructor Bob … Continue reading

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