I love art deco and I love rust and erosion. I really love this piece.
this is actually hybrid art, did you know that?i'm glad you like it, i can't stop looking at it!!!
This has such a landscape feel to it. I really like this one alot! Your newer work is pretty inspiring.
Hybrid, that's a good word to use here, Paula. Intricate, organic meets simplified, geometric. Harmonious.
yeah last spring my work was shown with two other artists at the gallery, a speaker who is 'somebody' in the art community in vt said: ...'McCullough assembles photographs, puzzle pieces and metal mesh into cohesive works that bridge contemporary life with its industrial past" '....These works mark a new era of artistic innovation, as discussed by Ric Kasini Kadour, Vermont editor of Art New England. Kadour believes these works are uniquely collectible, as they mark a defining moment - the intersection of the Industrial Age and the Information Age.' pretty cool eh?
my point was...he coined the phrase 'hypbrid art' for my work
thanks karen, its great to hear it is inspirational to another artist!
Fabulous! Wonderful combination. I was wondering when we'd get to see a ring in your work. And again, I love the shadows cast by your wall sculptures.
hey nellie, you haven't seen me do this before? more rings It is a new direction though, at least it feels like it.
This is really an eye-catching piece. When I look at it, I think of the ring as earth and a presentation of the continents and the oceans, with the browns representing mountains.
Sheesh! How did I miss the other ones? There's so much fabulous art to see on your website to which I go often to peruse.
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