No Entry II Sculpture

Hugh DeWitte

United States

Sculpture, Assembling on Fiberglass

Size: 18 W x 14 H x 1 D in

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Part of the Highwayscapes collection. Objects from one age (the Victorian Age) have been used to depict the mid-centry modern age - the age of the car. Brass door plates with no handle symbolize "no entry" signs seen on highways and a societal sign of the times for certain races or people of "lower status." Oil painting and Victorian brass door handle plates on 1950’s vintage fiberglass cafeteria tray

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Sculpture:Assembling on Fiberglass

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18 W x 14 H x 1 D in

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Hugh's work uses line, color, and shape to express the spirit and nature of our urban environment. The collection explores abstract interpretations of “circular sightings” and life’s unquestioned spinning. Investigations started when observing the composition and complexities of our highway interchanges. All civilizations across recorded human history have had great engineering feats. Feats that defined their age. Not unlike the pyramids of Egypt, I believe highways are the symbol of our era. The consideration of these spaces has now evolved beyond the circular motion of cars, trucks, and transportation, into a study of how perpetual motion reflects our human condition and the hum of humanity.

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