Convergence
Convergence

Convergence

May 1 st 2009
Convergence

Original lithograph
30" x 22"
2008

"Convergence" is an image of a Maasai spear suspended by a finger hook, a 150 year old clock spring and a primitive wooden cabinet. This image is part of a series of cabinet images that are assembled to honor the substance of the artifacts, their technological and social meanings, juxtaposed against the cabinet that is a metaphor for life and containment.

Topics: Arts
Tim Sheesley
 
Tim Sheesley

Timothy P. Sheesley, 53, is a printmaker living and working in Otego, New York. He runs Corridor Press (www.corridorpress.com) where he collaborates with artists to make original lithographs. He is also the Gallery Director of the Martin-Mullen Art Gallery in the Fine Art Center, at the State University of New York College at Oneonta.

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