Mixed media by Diane Kramer. Three separate forms- all are a mix ofSteel, plaster, ash, wood, pennies, tar, paint, mesh,cloth, sand, cement, it stands at the highest point around 11 feet tall and the width is 8 feet and is 6 feet deep.
diane kramer paints pennies reoccurring dream sculpture the dream
Really Like The Carvings/Sculpture In This. Good Work.Dare I Ask The Dream ?
thanks Ken for visiting the Dream! The Dream was a dream I had on an on going basis..for over 17 years.
Impressive! I like this. Intriguing shapes and big issues … birth, death, burial, rebirth, afterlife … am I on the right track?
thanks Matt, hope to find a photo of this in larger dpi.not the greatest shot..but it is all i have at the moment from when this work was on exhibit. lost many of the photos in an Earth quake back in 1989. …yes, i think you are on the right track! ; – )
wonderful sculture. Very interesting and intriguing
scallyart- Thank you very much for your visit to “the Dream”just seeing this comment today!
Very creative work.
Thanks Kerryn for visiting ’the Dream" mixed media.Appreciate your comment, too!
Diane, did you sell this? Where is it now?
No, Matt, it is in my garage. i wanted to have a cast made..if i could locate a collector or get a grant. would be really nice outdoors.So, I have it in garage…I have transported this from Northern California to Michigan. What a trip that was…..
Hope you find a buyer. It’d be good to think it’s on display somewhere.
thanks Matt, well..Not really that good with marketing my work at the moment. This piece hopefully will find its proper place- I know I went through a lot to bring it across the states…and it has been so well received ..so I hope that one day it will be preserved.thank you again.
Holly temple! outstanding sculpture Diane.
thank you Mark! ; – )btw- added a few details from ‘send off’thanks again.
wow..you sculpt too..well done this is so wonderful !my husband is a potter who likes to sculpt as well, he would really love this..I’m always amazed at how people can sculpt so well with wood, clay metal and stone…one day I will try something but I think you have to have the patience of a saint! ..great work ..stunning!
thank you so very much for all of your visits and comments. I enjoyed reading them all! I sure appreciate your feedback!!thanks again.
Whoa, whoa, and whoa: I love this! Actually I love just about everything I’ve seen of yours so far, but I haven’t made it all the way through yet (there may be some I love even more) I have a great fondness for mixed media sculpture. I especially like mixing organic and man-made materials. This is outstanding. So much so that I may have to steal the concept for a chair I have in mind (I’m also rather fond of “functional” art; due in part to the limited space in my home) Everything about this is perfect, from the asymmetrical balance to the colours to the plethora of textures; not unlike a dream. Hey… that might be a good name for this piece. Oh, wait… Magnificent!
Hey Steve, thank you for your visit and also for your comment!!If you want to see more mixed media works…please see my Flickr account.I have sets that are filled with them!!should be able to find my websites on my profile page…thanks again. Look forward to seeing your works..and good luck with the chair. sounds grand!!
Lovely work Diane :)
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