David Gilhooly Plastic and Acrylic Sculpture, They Bear our Bordoms, Station #9

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David Gilhooly acrylic dog wall sculpture, titled "they bear our bordoms, station #9". Made of acrylic and plastic and dated 1-18-04. Sculpture measures 20" wide and 19" high.
Some info about the Artist:
David Gilhooly AKA David James Gilhooly III (1943 – 2013) was an American ceramicist, sculptor, painter, printmaker, and professor. He is best known for pioneering the Funk art movement. He made a series of ceramic frogs called FrogWorld, as well as ceramic food, planets, and other creatures.
Gilhooly, together with Robert Arneson, Peter Vandenberge, Chris Unterseher, and Margaret Dodd, working together in TB-9 (temporary building 9) were what was later to be called, The Funk Ceramic Movement of the San Francisco Bay Area. David left TB-9 for one semester to become Manuel Neris assistant and started making art out of lumber, fur, neon lights and asbestos shingles. More info is listed in Wiki.
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Dimensions (WxDxH):
20" W x 19" H
Excellent with age appropriate patina
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