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Gluttony of Hydrocarbon, Exhibited At Kentucky Museum Of Art And Craft, Louisville

Gluttony of Hydrocarbon, Exhibited At Kentucky Museum Of Art And Craft, Louisville

2011
oil on steel hubcap, found, prayed for in the Klamath National Forest, delivered in the knee-high grass behind a decades-abandoned gas station, one of four found Chevy New Process Truck Hubcaps, embellished on Indian Creek, Happy Camp, CA
27 inches in diameter, 9 inches deep.
© Paul Kuniholm Pauper

Full Artwork Details
Artist:
Title:
Gluttony of Hydrocarbon, Exhibited At Kentucky Museum Of Art And Craft, Louisville
Date:
2011
Medium:
oil on steel hubcap, found, prayed for in the Klamath National Forest, delivered in the knee-high grass behind a decades-abandoned gas station, one of four found Chevy New Process Truck Hubcaps, embellished on Indian Creek, Happy Camp, CA
Original Dimensions:
27 inches in diameter, 9 inches deep.
Copyright:
Paul Kuniholm Pauper
Tags:
sculpture, conceptual