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Choking the Chicken
This is a sculpture that I just had to do. Every artist puts on the wall what he thinks is improtant, so I thought I would just put this up and ask the question, Why would Anyone Make this? Made from hardwood plywood veneer. The letters are made from copper and steal plubing pipes. Luckly my local hardware store was going under and I got most of them pretty cheap. The hand is a ready made artists modling hand and the chicken was a found object.
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Nice work, & sorry to butt in on this post, but can someone tell me how to post a question on this gallery/forum/whatever?
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