Can’t find it in the catalogue. (Maybe Carol will know!)
And here’s another James Wright…
“Compass.” John Edgar, basalt
In reality, it is a bronze by Charlotte Fisher, titled “Trunk” and if you have $12,500 it could be yours.
Flanked by a couple of old girls who are weathering the storms of many summers quite well, I think! Thanks to Carol for clicking the shutter.
I’ve said how much I loved some of the sculpture. And there were some paintings I’d enjoy seeing on my wall, too.
The Man liked some of th e work, but could not understand the intent (or the price!) of others. But, entering into the spirit of things, he created his own installation and called it “Adjustable.” (The driftwood can be turned to present a different figure at varying angles.Very clever.)
But, it must be said, I didn’t like everything. I could not see the point to some of it. Astroturf??? Really?
But it takes all sorts, doesn’t it? Andy Warhol managed to make some money from a soup can. And when the gallery at home bought a Hepworth bronze someone likened it to “a cat’s backside!”
So I’ll leave you with this and let you make up your own minds. The artist is Florian Primbs. Price? Close to $1,000 dollars for some of the work, $1,890 for one “weaving.”
I’ll be interested to see if any comments here echoed some that I heard over there…