Jelly Fish Dreams

What a long time coming this sculpture. Several years actually. Starting with the painted ball at the core and a huge flying ring. Then the oddest bits and pieces from my collected gleanings. Metallic fabrics, trims, various rubber toys, beaded do dads, constructed sexual organs and a small set of lights woven into the under belly really set off the whole. What is unknown at this point is how to hang and display the thing. It’s 3.0 ft in diameter and 4.5 ft in height. Weighs about 7 lbs. A monster.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          It has been a fun process start to finish. It has its origin in the world of the Humor Parlor. Every so often a new member to this group of creatures and creations comes forward. It began many years ago, in Wyoming, in a rustic shack in Kelly Wyoming. A dip in the road place out in Teton National Park. The first object in the series was a space ship and since then a wondrous variety of beings has appeared. They come when their time is right, on their own. I have little to say in their appearance. Directions for each seem to spring forth in my imagination and after that, stuff just happens. I wait and listen, then do what I’m told; no other time in my life has this skill ever come easily except with the Humor Parlor. So, follow the muse, where ever it leads.


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