acrylic on cast plaster and wire; 27x40x8″
“These are made from a cast of my face and hand that has been painted. The mold was made with a low-temp wax resulting in deformity in each subsequent cast. These casts together are a metaphor for fear, death, uncertainty, and subtle degradation of the spirit over time.”
ARTIST BIO: Dana Tindall holds a BA in Art from Austin College, Sherman TX, and an MA in Art from University of Dallas. He also holds an Ed.D from UC. He lives and works (distantly now) in Northern Kentucky, and has exhibited his work in multiple solo and juried group shows both nationally and internationally. His work is often humorous in nature, but often contains socially relevant commentary.
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