Shrine for my son Ky's childhood

Nickel silver, brass, silver, patina, earthenware, encaustic, glass lens, deer hair, mica

15" x 4" x 1" 2008

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Comment by Leisa Rich on November 16, 2014 at 10:08am

Is the ear there for a medical reason? I ask, as I am deaf in my right ear, hard of hearing in the other....I am working on a lot of ear works recently for the Invisible:VisAble exhibition I am curating. LOVE this piece!

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