Today we finish up with Domestic Archaeology. Here we have the strange, the weird, the never before seen...
Text Triptych Size: 12”H x 11”W x 6”D
Artifact #4 Size: 20”H x 39”W open; 20”H x 16”W x 12”D closed Although this one also has 3 moving parts, it's meant as more of a codex then a triptych.
Clothespin Artifact Size: 25”H x17”W x 1”D Back in the 1950s, people had clotheslines, and bags to hold the clothespins
Pouch....about the same size as Clothespin Artifact. Back in the 1950s, people had clotheslines, and bags to hold the clothespins.
Hanging Text Size: 39”H x 29”W open; 21”H x39”W closed
Clothespin Shrine 46" h x 30"w (open) 22"h x 30"w (closed). This is one of my favorites, but it's never left the house. The frame is a great old drying rack, and it folds into several different configurations.
Actually, there are a few more, but nothing that needs to be seen. Next post is a virtual field trip to a time-capsule of a house!