Hands on Board

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© Susan B. Griffith
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Composite image made from some weathered beach finds, a pair of my neighbor's hands from a couple of years ago, and then grass and straw from the lawn of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

7 responses

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (5 Dec 2011):

    I love this find...or did you create it? tones, lines, and clear definition is masterfully captured. The hands remind me of the old cartoon AESOP'S Fables, which were on with the Mr Magoo Show

  • sandra d'souza

    sandra d'souza gave props (6 Dec 2011):

    wow...did u make this?it is super...and thanx again susan for the spotlight:))am honored..

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes   gave props (6 Dec 2011):

    incredible haunting and beautiful....

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield   gave props (6 Dec 2011):

    A powerful and beautiful creation!!

  • Robert Newman

    Robert Newman said (7 Dec 2011):

    Eerie... the ghost stories held within.

  • davidLawson

    davidLawson   gave props (7 Dec 2011):

    The central image would make a really nice assemblage for the wall...the textural wood outer part, a thin sheet of corten steel for the background and support, then the hand sculpted out of a dark earth and straw mixture (like adobe) with concrete adhesive, roplex, or Liquitex gel medium (for bonding) or a table top, or pedestal version, on a stepped base or 4 to 6 old terra cotta bricks first, then stepped in to a half inch thick slab of blackened steel, the the piece. I think it would look great as a sculpture or wall piece. It's a great looking image also just the way you have it. The textures are great! I especially like the texture of the wood and the hands, and I love the elongation and the textural structure of the hands. COOL PIECE

  • Talia Krasicka

    Talia Krasicka gave props (4 Sep 2014):

    Beautiful cmposition. Very poetic image.

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