Description These eye-catching sculptures (two of four total) grace the grounds of the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Mo. Installed in 1994, they are18 feet tall and are arranged in various positions.These works were created by internationally known sculptors Claes Oldenburg and his his late wife, Coosje van Bruggen. The pair gained fame by taking everyday objects and turning them into colossal novelties. The giant clothespin sculpture in Philadelphia, Pa., was also one of their projects.
Gordon Beck, Anthem, Arizona Member Since May 2008 Artist Statement Thanks for your visit.
I’m a self-taught photographer and artist with an interest in nearly all artistic expressions so I don't pursue any one style or genre.
My portfolio includes a mix of photos, digital artworks, and a number of more traditional acrylics and oils.
I also try to produce bright, cheerful images…I realize art can speak in many voices, but I’ll leave the darker commentary to others. I'm 60+ and feel the best years are still ahead. Faith and family are the most important things in my life, and I wake up every day feeling a sense of excitement about the creative possibilities ahead.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions. And thanks again for stopping by