Howard J. Angermeyer (1917 to 2004) of Oshkosh was our kind of guy. He was in the plumbing business and one day in 1969 Howard looked at a bunch of useless plumbing parts and saw a cowboy. And an artist was born.
Howard continued to transform discarded clunkers from the junk pile and turn them into unique, whimsical sculptures that won him art awards and gallery shows. He had a good imagination, a great sense of humor and most important, he knew how to use a blow torch.
So it's with great delight and respect for this talented folk artist and recycler extraordinaire that we offer BOLTMAN (our name for this piece).
He's made of nuts and bolts and things that look like they belong under the sink. The heavy metal shows brass and copper tones.
Boltman measures 4 1/2 inches tall. He's 2 3/4 inches across the ears. He weighs 433 grams...a good hefty paperweight. The back is signed H.J.A.
Boltman comes with the artist's info/history flyer. All in excellent vintage condition. Circa 1970s.
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Vintage Signed Folk Art Nuts n Bolts Sculpture Paperweight