Winner of the Millard Sheets Medal from the American Watercolor Society in 1997, Ellie Heingartner of Delaware, Ohio, challenges the viewer with reflected images superimposed upon her work. In this creation titled, The Sculptor, she certainly challenged my camera lens. The sculptor himself, is just left of center, chisel and hammer in hand, poised to work on an ancient horned figure atop a lofty perch. A dark, almost foreboding eye dominates the upper left corner. As she states in her biography, Ms. Heingartner has superimposed images to excite the eye and imagination. The artist's clear signature appears in the lower right corner. The silvertone metal frame measures 37 x 29 inches. The image itself is 29 x 21 inches and is protected by glass. There is a secure twisted wire hanger on the back. This handsome artwork with an architectural feel is shipped in a sturdy cardboard box constructed for shipping art with styrofoam corner bumpers in place.
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