Logo: Photographer, Mixed Media Artist Helene Fischman

Killing Time: A Statement about Clocks

Excerpted from Artist Statement, Periscope Cellars Gallery: What Martha Stewart did to bring accessibility and courage to the average Joe-anna in the kitchen, also reverberated in the art world, or at least the art stores.  Crafting and fine art were largely different genres, and still are to those who have paid their debts and dues…. but what Martha granted in accessibility to home beautifying, by proxy bled into the making of art.  By making things with easy-to-produce-two-step-kits, one can easily mistake the product for art.  Not that there's anything wrong with that!  But the distinction is noteworthy... Click here for complete statement

Thumbnail: Kitch Art Clock - Let's go for a swim!
Let's go for a swim!
Mixed-media on wood
2013




  Thumbnail: Kitch Art Clock - Low Hanging Fruit
Low Hanging Fruit
Mixed-media on wood
2013




  Thumbnail: Kitch Art Clock - Orange Peel
Orange Peel
Mixed-media on wood
2013




Thumbnail: Kitch Art Clock - Atlantic City
Atlantic City
Mixed-media on wood
2010


 
Thumbnail Kitch Art Clock - Giddy Up
Giddy Up
Mixed-media on wood
2010

 
Thumbnail Kitch Art Clock - Fish Clock
Fish Clock
Mixed-media with mirror
2010


Thumbnail Kitch Art Clock - Mantel Clock
Mantel Clock
Mixed-media on wood
2010





 
Thumbnail Kitch Art Clock - Skate & Paddle
Skate & Paddle
Mixed-media on wood
2008

 
Thumbnail Kitch Art Clock - Lady Bug
Lady Bug
Mixed-media on wood
2007