Today's Featured Artist & Work:

Kathleen Studebaker

Nothingness; Part 1

Cast Iron, Steel, Brass, MDF, Plywood, Cast Plastic, Acrylic Paint, 70x17.5x20in (includes pedestal), 2013

Sculptor Kathleen Studebaker’s most recent work was inspired by T.S. Eliot’s famous poem, The Waste Land. Eliot’s poem explores the corruption of life’s meaning and purpose due to Modernization. Studebaker approaches the idea of a wasteland from a different direction than Eliot. She is interested in the empty and desolate physical aftermath of a lost culture. “This is my reaction to the search for meaning, and the disillusionment that comes from the struggle to find it... Continue Reading

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