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The Rooster 2 (islands and stations)

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The Rooster 2 (islands and stations) Collage

Steven Tannenbaum

United States

Collage, Paper on Wood

Size: 17.6 W x 16.9 H x 0.6 D in

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Number two in the Looking series, The Rooster 2 (islands and stations) continues to explore the concept of how what we direct our attention to determines what we see. This piece develops further the notion that what appears to us is partly the result of what we aim at, and how where we stop and stand is something as worthy of consideration as where we might be seeking to go. Waypoints in life can both inform and hide, depending on how much our eyes are open. How wide are yours? _______________________________ | THE ART OF EVERYTHING | T A O - E **PLEASE NOTE*** - there is a slights bend to the wood canvas

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Collage:Paper on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:17.6 W x 16.9 H x 0.6 D in

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∆ I move objects; objects move me. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, often both, my art reflects the intersection between logic and intuition, real and abstract, time and the timeless. Using anything & everything to capture the gap between commonplace and sublime, I believe the things around us have immense power. When my thoughts slow, are let go of, these things glow and call out. They ask me to put them in their place, to fit their story - their past and future - into a larger narrative, one forever in the present. This is what I do; this is what I create and contain, this is what makes my meaning. - - - - - - - - - Steven Tannenbaum is originally from New Jersey, where he learned how to garden and defend himself. He now lives in Portland, Oregon, and his art is in public & private collections across the US, Israel, and England. You can find more of his work at: www.WhatIFind.com ∆

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