This head contains things with perceived motion. Actually, most of the items are toilet tissue floor holders. The niumbers below are house adress numbers from all the places we have lived.
A $5 yard sale capture has come alive as a sculptural piece for our wall. Mirrored panes have been velcroed for future easy removal, if necessary. The spring sconce on the left is held up by a mining drill bit converted into a pedastal.
A simple red painted hammer given to me by my Grandfather as a child has multiplied into this collection properly displayed in this wrought iron urn.
Old tools and implements from the past can be elevated to prominent and deserved respect by simple showcasing.