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Artist from Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada
Canadian Artist - Victoria Canada
Funiture, mirrors and mosaics from reuse recycled materials

Anteater, driftwood, acrylic, driftures
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Work Title: Anteater
Copyright Date:
2001-01-01
Description:
So skinny you can see his ribs. How strange our world would be if animals thought thin Equaled beauty. Someone get this guy some ants! He is a punch at the how much more freaky this world would be if animals like North American women believed that thin = beauty. Someone should get this dude some ants. The main piece of driftwood in this Drifture hung in my studio for years while I scoured Victoria’s beaches for a monkey head. I really saw this body belonging to an ape or monkey. Along my search I came across this head and so created my anorexic anteater. I first displayed this WCD at the International Health Conference “Communication and Social Change” was the theme of the 2002 Conference held at the Victoria Convention Center.
Medium: 
  • driftwood
  • acrylic
  • Dimensions: 53x20x9xinches
    Availability: for sale

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