Images of William J. O'Brien, Cinaedus Table MDCCLXXV
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- Long Six ceramic pieces shaped like bowls and pots are stacked on top of one another like a totem pole. Each pot has a different texture with paint that bleeds down to rough textures. The pigments from the top down are gray, red, yellow/blue, gray, gold/black, yellow/crimson/black, and black with gold accents. Each pot gets smaller as it goes to the top. Each pot also rests on a flat circular base separating it from the next level. The pots are balanced on a rod that ends in a circular piece of aqua blue textured ceramic while sitting on a large, black, square base with triangular and circular accented shapes going around the trim.
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- Short A sculpture resembling an irregular trellis leans against a white wall. The sculpture is covered in string or yarn in shades of green, blue, white, red, and orange, as if encased in colorful spiderwebs.
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- Short A visually busy vertical canvas is covered with an array of different materials including floral wallpaper, tin foil, and black geometric shapes.