Katherine King, WI,Paris and NY. Kitchen Disaster: The Eggs Wait is a mixed media piece from her series of Illuminated Constructions and is in the book Contemporary America Women Sculptors. She has been in many exhibitions in the US, Japan and France and represented by galleries in Chicago and Milwaukee. She has completed many large scale commissioned pieces including a mixed media illuminated doorway surround at Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee. She is also in many exhibition catalogues and is in the book "Contemporary American Women Sculptors" and in Whos Who in American Art.
Funery Mask: South American. South American, Antique, wood.
Italo Scanga, Italian-American, California, 1932- , This wonderful cubist sculpture of the head of a jester is Scanga at his finest. It is playful, colorful and handsome. It is wood with oil paint, 27"H by 17"W by 16"D, signed on a brass plate on the base "Italo Scanga 1985" and numbered in black marker on the base #30. There is a gallery sticker on the bottom with black marker. He has extensive gallery representation and auction records up to $20,000.
African-American, early 20th C. This sculpture is a wonderful piece of African American Art, artist unknown. Approximatly 18" by 18' by 7" wide.
Sepik River Spear Effigy, Early 20th C. Wood and paint. 24" H.
Sepik River Indonesian Earth Mother Effigy, Early 20th C. 28" H by 10-12" Diameter. Original paint, cowrie shells in eye and shell ahnging from ear as well as original mud with black hair on top of head.
Mexican Masks: mid - late 20th C. TheGreen Mask is the mask that depicted the Spanish conquerers with the typical black moustache. The Black and Red Mask is an anthropomorphic mask depicting the person under neath (red) with the animal entity from within the person on top.
African Mask 10" long X 6 1/2" wide.
Fabulous African Mask 14" long X 9" wide.