Jen Tough Gallery

Black Box (A Wall Bump)

500.00
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Black Box (A Wall Bump)

500.00

Minimalistic yet rustic and textured, modern yet old, this wall sculpture invites conversation and curiosity and is full of visual contradictions. It is both whimsical and toylike, yet has an industrial appearance. A powerful and unique work by artist Susan Stover, it is a beautiful example of her ability to entwine contradictions in a simple pleasing work. Ready to hang, 6.5" x 5.5" x 5.5"

Entire collection, or multiples of wall bumps available at special pricing. Please inquire.

My work is about the relationship between art and artifact. It is about investigating what drives us to create, what form it takes and how it is valued. It is about honoring ritual, everyday labors and the beauty and mystery in fragments left behind.

Pattern and repetition are an integral part of the work as I often use traditional textile processes. I dye fabric, melt wax, embed fibers, and construct surfaces. I choose these methods because it connects me to people in other cultures who work in the same way. It is a language with which I can communicate and learn about symbolic meanings and beliefs at the same time defining my own.

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Minimalistic yet rustic and textured, modern yet old, this wall sculpture invites conversation and curiosity and is full of visual contradictions. It is both whimsical and toylike, yet has an industrial appearance. A powerful and unique work by artist Susan Stover, it is a beautiful example of her ability to entwine contradictions in a simple pleasing work. Ready to hang, 6.5" x 5.5" x 5.5"

Entire collection, or multiples of wall bumps available at special pricing. Please inquire.

My work is about the relationship between art and artifact. It is about investigating what drives us to create, what form it takes and how it is valued. It is about honoring ritual, everyday labors and the beauty and mystery in fragments left behind.

Pattern and repetition are an integral part of the work as I often use traditional textile processes. I dye fabric, melt wax, embed fibers, and construct surfaces. I choose these methods because it connects me to people in other cultures who work in the same way. It is a language with which I can communicate and learn about symbolic meanings and beliefs at the same time defining my own.