"NYC Series No 6- Thursday, 10:31 pm"
ROADKILL [48" x 36" x 5" acrylics on hardboard, with rubber, found objects]
NOT SO GRATE to be HOME [48" x 36" x 5" acrylics on hardboard, with wood,cloth, paper, cardboard]
CRACKED [48" x 24" x 8" acrylics on hardboard, with foam head]
DAY at the SHORE [42” x 32” acrylic on canvas with found objects to floor]
FREEDOM of CHOICE [60" x 48" x x 8" acrylics on hardboard, with paper, found objects]
ELEPHANTS NEVER FORGET[51" x 37" x 15" acrylics on hardboard, with wood, cloth, found objects]
FEDERAL SOLUTION [53" x 36" x 11" acrylics on hardboard, with wood, paper, found objects]
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'An ambiguous hovering 'tween painting and sculpture'

Being a sculptor, I work my 3-D pieces from all angles and directions. Since both "Not So Grate to Be Home" and "Roadkill" are depictions of flat, level surfaces, I have displayed them horizontally, in tabled positions, as well as wall-hung. They work very well shown that way about 16 inches above the floor, with walk-around space. "Grate" is most disturbing when viewed hanging horizontally, with the writing upside down.