6″ x 8″ French Gem is an altered art piece in my angel series. Created from a 1966 Collins French Gem French-English Dictionary, she waits to aid in fluid conversation. I adored the blue edges of the little book and found they added nicely to the wings.
Created and posted for day 20 of Art Every Day Month, by Heather Brush. For sale.
You Can’t Bank Time
6″ x 8″ You Can’t Bank Time is an assemblage piece posted for day 19 of Art Every Day Month. The silver bank was my inspiration for the work as I pondered what we really use banks for nowadays. They are somewhat obsolete. Then, thinking of what we cannot save, the obvious is time, no matter how much we would like to.
On a copperish green landscape of a sundial, the silver pig stands firm as someone tries to bank time. A watch face, hour glass, pocket watch, clock hands and silver beads representing seconds of time, hover but cannot be stashed away.
By Heather Brush, for sale.
6″ X 5″ Golden Girls are assemblage pieces. Call them angels or fairies, they are ready to hang and watch over your world.
Posted for day 16 of Art Every Day Month, by Heather Brush, for sale.
Copper Coffee Carafe
8″ x 10″ Copper Coffee Carafe is an assemblage in my teapot series, even though this one claims to be a coffeepot. A freestanding sculpture of found objects, it is created of an antique coffee cup, copper pot, beads, wire, candle holder and more.
This piece is posted for day 15 of Art Every Day Month. By Heather Brush, for sale.
On the Winds of Fate
5″ x 9″ On the Winds of Fate is an assemblage work by Heather Brush. Using an antique Magic 8 Ball, tin can, altered pewter figure, lightbulb cage, images of tarot cards and other odds and ends, this piece gives nod to those harbingers of fate and how we can get swept up in them.
This piece is posted for day 14 of Art Every Day Month.
Angel of Definition
5″ x 8″ Angel of Definition is an assemblage piece in my angel series. She is simply comprised of an antique pocket Webster’s Dictionary, glue, porcelain doll head, time and honor to the sources and inspiration. Can you tell that words are meaningful to me?
By Heather Brush, for sale. This piece is posted for day 13 of Art Every Day Month.