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Evolutionary Mutation #1

A mutation of an orange hand gripping a bar; forefinger extended

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Dance Staff

Black stained wooden dance staff with a bearded male head carved at the top front, and adjoined by their head-dresses, to a smaller bearded male head carved at the back. Figure is of Eshu, the trickster-deity in Yoruba mythology.

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1 Part Set C5

(a): White open structure cube; (b): White square with a square hole in centre; (c): Grey square base with a white grid pattern; the white square is placed in the centre of the grey base and the white cube is placed in the centre of the white square

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Survivors are not Heroes

A vertical composition of a disc shape surmounted by one rectangular and twisted triangular forms

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Snarling "Foo" Lion

Bronze cast sculpture of a snarling "Foo" lion in a seated position with front right paw on ball

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Fabulous Animal; Chimera

Bronze cast sculpture of a fabulous animal (chimera) in a seated position

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Seven Part Wall Outline

Seven white lacquered steel squares to be installed as a wall piece, hung parallel to each other, with a 4" separation between each, equidistant from the floor

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Early Morning Blues

Components are as follows: Neon tubing; 20 glass terminals for neon tubes, metal teapot (white), 3 transformers, aluminum record with motor mechanism, wood disc, tone arm with motor mechanism, spotlight, 1/4" audio cartridge, 1/4" reel to reel tape, 2 extension cords

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St. Joseph and the Infant Jesus

A standing figure of St. Joseph holding the infant on his left arm, and a lily in his right hand; child holds a cross

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superficie a testure vibratile

Horizontal sections of the aluminum are machined directionally, thus when the scratches reflect light they appear to be a rounded form

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Portrait of Professor Frank Allen

Portrait of Professor Frank Allen at 89 years of age

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Portrait of Florence Brigden

Plaster bas-relief of F. Brigden before she was married to A.O. Brigden; This work was intended for F. Brigden's grave and was not meant to be a cast

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Mainline Sign

Wheel rim, barbed wire, coal-oil lamp

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Etalon

A geometric sculpture composed of two sections of triangular pyramidal forms.

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Slate

A collage and montage constructed of words, numbers, paper hatched with graphite, cards which are shoemaker's order forms (on which have been typewritten all the necessary professional specifications) and pins on a panel made of two slabs of Ten-Test, on a sheet of plywood. The surrounding area of graphic surfaces was submerged in a wash of encaustic and the encaustic was incised with graffiti.

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Bird

Bird

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Jumbo

Two parts: Plaster mould of real objects are made and then cast with paper pulp. They are placed on a cast fan-shaped structure and ladder, which is a separate unit, and glazed.

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Sea Venus I (The Moth)

Painted cotton gauze is adhered over the top of coloured cast paper which is arranged in a shape of a moth with outspread wings. The gauze is then attached to aluminum screen

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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Winnipeg Free Press

A bundle of the Winnipeg Free Press issues of Thursday, October 29, 1981 is depicted and stuffed appropriately to suggest that it is the actual object. The bundles are displayed helter skelter in any quantity representing a normal bulk newspaper delivery.

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