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Serial Quandaries


Someone asked me recently, are the arts material or immaterial? Paper as an art material is so often treated almost as though it were immaterial, and I thought it might be fun to investigate its plastic properties in a three dimensional manner. What is it that makes the arts material? It is the inspiration or is it the ground?


Serial Quandaries 1, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 9"x11"x5 1/2" © 2005


Serial Quandaries 2, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 10"x14"x5" © 2005


Serial Quandaries 3, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 8 1/2"x12"x4 1/2" © 2005


Serial Quandaries 4, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 11"x19 1/2"x5" © 2005


Serial Quandaries 5, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 8 3/4"x16"x6 1/2" © 2005


Serial Quandaries 6, 140 lb cold press paper and gesso, 6"x10"x5 1/2" © 2005


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