About this item
This piece is part of the “Abandoned Homes” series. “The Abandoned Home series reflects this ever-evolving relationship I have with home. Created with mixed media materials – wood, encaustic, paint, and copper – these homes are born of melancholy, yet each take on their own unique personality. As I work through emotions surrounding the abandonment of home by those that I love, I create new memories to be stored in these small Abandoned Homes.” Made with wood, encaustic paint and copper with sticks.
Dimensions: 17" x 5" x 9.5"
Vickie J Bradshaw is a Southern Appalachian based artist who has been making art for the last thirty years across a variety of mediums. As a teacher and employee at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN, she is currently teaching jewelry making classes as well as working with torched fired enamels. She is especially interested in mixed-media art and the functionality of found objects. She received her BFA from Memphis College of Arts. She has exhibited in the 2020 Artfields (Virtural) in Lake City, SC.
Catalog number 113
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