1940s US City Unknown

March 22nd, 2014 in member junk     
Lauretta Lauretta, member
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17"H x 24"W x 7"D piece I created in my mother's old cutlery case.  The house is made from a metal syrup container. I found the stairs at Home Goods and I already had the lead railroad people (which I just love!).  The rest was a lot of fun to imagine, paint, etc. etc. to give the feel of an old city in the 1940s.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Lauretta Lowell
posted in: member junk, , lauretta lowell, Assemblage city art, lauretta lowell assemblage artist, 1940s city, New York City, vintage city, mixed media city, city collage, whimsical curiosities, Mixed Media City Scene

Comments (4)

BillyJo writes: I have looked at this 3 times now and have to say. This is really really cool. I love doing wall art too. This is so upper class art. I look forward to more. Billyjo Posted: 3:41 pm on April 11th
JunkArchitect writes: I would love to see what your studio looks like. You sure do have an endless supply of incredible components.

Jim
Posted: 8:01 am on March 23rd
gadgetsponge writes: You just keep the surprises coming Lauretta! Yet another wonderful assemblage in yet another way. Just love all the cool pieces you use. Posted: 7:40 pm on March 22nd
CottageElements writes: So cheery and fun, Lauretta! Just puts a smile on your face!

Lani Posted: 7:35 am on March 20th
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