Tag Archives: contemporary sculpture

Introducing Morton Fine Art’s new artist LISA MYERS BULMASH

1 Sep

Get to know the wall mounted sculpture creations of MFA’s newest artist partner, Seattle based LISA MYERS BULMASH, and her “Bought and Paid For” series.

“This triptych of altered books is mounted on antique washboards, exploring the American Dream as filtered through a Black and female lens. The series centers on the heart of that complicated dream: owning a home of one’s own.

A repeating image in the center niche unites the three books: a family photo of the artist’s brother, running into their childhood home. This image is layered over other buildings significant in the African American experience. The first shows a slave auction “house”; the second shows the childhood home of the artist’s mother; the third depicts the artist’s first home in the Northwest.”

Featured here “Bought and Paid For 1 (triptych)”, 24″x40″, altered books mounted on antique washboards. Scroll for details. Contact Morton Fine Art for additional information on Lisa Myers Bulmash and her powerful sculptural creations.
Lisa Myers Bulmash, Bought and Paid For #1 (triptych), 2020, 24″x40″, altered books mounted on antique washboards
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Contact the gallery for additional information about LISA MYERS BULMASH.
Morton Fine Art
52 O St NW #302
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 628-2787 (call or text)
mortonfineart@gmail.com

STEPHON SENEGAL featured in the April/May 2014 edition of Uptown Magazine

8 May

 

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Stephon Senegal
Washington, DC

Stephon Senegal creates personal diaries through sculpture. By putting himself on display, he creates bold and beautiful pieces revealing the oftentimes tumultuous ebb and flow of the human condition. As a Louisiana youth, he would make his own toys out of popsicle sticks and black electrical tape, but has since graduated to bronze and other metals because they help present the body as a metaphor for life. “The work is a deconstruction and rebuilding of the self and the things that go with it in terms of vice, obsession and sexuality,” says Senegal. “An individual really can’t access who they are completely until they are tested both physically and mentally in regards to the ability to deal with what life may throw at them”.

Visit http://www.mortonfineart.com to view available sculptures and drawings by STEPHON SENEGAL.

Slideshow of JASON SHO GREEN’s robotic installation in “Off It Goes On”

27 Feb

 

JASON SHO GREEN’s robotic installation “Off It Goes On”, made of wood, motors, wire and paint. Dimensions variable.

On display through March 18th, 2014 at Morton Fine Art, 1781 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009.

Please contact Morton Fine Art for pricing and availability of:

Individual Towers

Small Sculptures

Mid size Sculptures

Drawings (charcoal + mixed media on paper)

(202) 628-2787, mortonfineart@gmail.com

 

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