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Sculpture is a three-dimensional visual art that started with the carving of stone, wood, ceramics and metal. The Ancient Greeks have left the world with some of the most classic masterpieces in the world of sculpture, but the modernism movement has allowed for much greater freedom than our forefathers had to work with.
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  1. Survivor


    Mixed Media Construction: Antique Native American Necklace with Antique Saw blade, painted glass, found taxidermy head. Found in a vintage thrift shop. (This piece is NOT for Sale. There is an electronic filing error that says it is)

    Dimensions: 20 in x 22 in x 25 in

    Medium: Glass, Metal, Mixed Medium

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  2. Laborer


    Mixed Media Construction: Made of found materials both man made and natural.

    Dimensions: 28 in x 11 in x 22 in

    Medium: Mixed Medium

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  3. Kristallnacht, Tree of Life, wire tree sculpture

    Kristallnacht, Tree of Life, wire tree sculpture

    Kristallnacht, or The Night of Broken Glass, was a series of government-sanctioned attacks against the Jewish population of Germany and Austria on November 9-10, 1938. Ninety-six Jews were murdered and 25,000-30,000 were arrested and sent to concentration camps. The damage to property was also very extensive: thousands of synagogues were attacked, with 267 burned to the ground. Thousands of Jewish homes and Jewish owned businesses were burned and destroyed using sledgehammers and axes, leaving most of streets covered with shards of broken glass shimmering in the moonlight -- hence the origin of the name Kristallnacht. Many historians consider this horrible event to be the beginning of the "FINAL SOLUTION" 22"wide X 32"high X 29"deep (C) 2015

    Dimensions: 22 in x 29 in x 32 in

    Medium: Glass

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  4. Knife fight

    Knife fight

    Skate deck sculpture.

    Dimensions: 8 in x .5 in x 14 in

    Medium: Wood

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