330 West 43rd Street


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Based on a view from my first apartment window in Manhattan, this assemblage focuses on the idea that even the tawdriest of details can have a sort of iconic beauty. Somehow that air-shaft had a romantic place in the universe and if I only stopped to remember when I glanced out the window, then it didn't seem quite so dingy.

This is a very precise sampling of specific elements in a tiny-scale depiction. The wall section itself is 7" x 9.25"


330 West 43rd Street









This assemblage/painting is executed with a wide variety of found and disguised materials on an assortment of artist's boards. It's in a pine frame with glass to protect the various delicate elements.
     
  • dimensions are 12" x 14.75" x 1-1/4" thick including the frame.
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  • note that colors will vary from monitor to monitor.
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