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Art Deco has influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars and many more items. During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress. This image rememnescent of a sculpture in the lobby of The Chrysler Building in Chicago.
This is a very playful image which I see as a great piece of public art.
This represents the shapes, pieces and parts of an erector set. I see this as being a fun wall hanging.
Machines have always fascinated me. In particular, older ones. The by-hands workmenship is a personal relationship between the object and its craftsman. Watching a machine perform its tasks, seeing how each component is important to the end product, starts me thinking of new possibilities.
This image is an abstraction of how a microscope focuses on the contents of a slide, through the use of light and lens, allowing us to view an “unseen world.”
This is an abstract that shows a triad, a trinity, a trio, or a triptych, such as a father, a mother, and a child; a boss, a foreman, and a worker. In each case although there are three each one is important to the others.
This highest honor was to be presented by a pharaoh of Egypt. Perhaps its was given to the archetech of the pyramids, a conquering general, or the high priest.
Our nation has been built by our workers. This image shows that through many, major tasks can be completed. Think the laying of the contenental railroad, the loading of a ship, or the assembly lines at manufacturing facilities. It takes many to complete a major task.
This image stands for the times you are unable to decide. What, where, why and how? In other words you are confused.
A totem is an object (such as an animal or plant) that serves as the emblem of a family or clan and often as a reminder of its ancestry. Totems have been created usually by carved or painted representation of such an object.