The Dilemma of Desire (limited edition of ten) © 1997 Harriete Estel Berman

The Dilemma of Desire	(limited edition of ten)	© 1997   Harriete Estel Berman

Valentine candy box fabricated from pre-printed, recycled Slim Fast cans, found material, aluminum rivets. Inside container are red thumb- tacks with an ‘M’, like red “M&M”s”.

1.25” height x 5” width x 5” depth
Nine editions sold to private collections

This is the last candy box available for purchase from the variable series of ten. It is available for purchase.
$1,200. Retail Price. The bow is printed pink, and red flowers.

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