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February 17, 2010 AT 9:02 am


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Emergence via NOTCOT

Emergence, 2008
Two pieces installation:
Reclaimed (mostly black and clear plastic) objects,
72” x 50” x 17”

Reclaimed (mostly white and clear plastic) objects,
63” x 78” x 26”


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  1. These horses are beautiful. I don’t generally like modern art but this is incredible. They actually look like they are running out of the wall. This takes talent.

  2. So beautiful !
    It seems like the author would like to keep only mandatory lines. The others are built by the brain… I am so impressed !

  3. That’s pretty impressive. A lot of careful, patient work obviously went into it.

  4. bhawana dahiya

    Very artistic… original art after a long time!

  5. To envision these forms out of piles of plastic castoff “garbage” and to make them come alive–purely inspiring.

  6. Wonderful! They both seem alive.

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