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TIME...HARE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW! Okay, I have to give some credit here, my new wonderful friend, Marj Epp gave me that name. She actually came up with several:
Today Is A Good Hare Day!"
"Time...Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow"
"Cwazy Wabbit Whimsy"
"I Thought I Looked Good, But Just Look At My Hare!"


This is an old clock case, painted and emptied of it's innards. A tin type photo on the clock face with vintage print around her. On the "floor" of the room: a vintage china doll leg, a watch maker's part jar, old key, some REALLY old buttons, a vintage pharmacy label with the word SPIRIT showing. Above her head is a scrabble tile, collaged with the words "to amuse" and a vintage watch crystal label. On the top of the case, a vintage bobbin with a toy rabbit that I make into pendants and a really old key on top of that. Kind of reminds me of a merry-go-round ride. The top is all wired and glued so it won't slip off. If you turn it around there is a little morbid surprise back there. In the hole where the batteries go there is an extra china arm and hand tucked away. Sorry, couldn't help it. It could also be called the Bone Collector.


Measures: 6x3.5 inches 1 3/4 inches deep

I've had some responses to my name choice for this piece:
from VintageArts: How about "time to be amused" She sure looks like she could se a laugh.

From Beadliotheque : A Hare to the Right

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Many of the components of this sculpture are available in my Steampunk supply shop: http://www.pinksupply.etsy.com If you don't want to purchase my sculpture you can make one of your own and I have plenty of parts for you to drool over in that store. 40+ years of collecting is ending up in that shop. True eye candy for the vintage or steampunker!!

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Mary Vogel Lozinak

Assemblage Art Time Only Begins When The Clock Stops STEAMPUNK SCULPTURE ZNE Time Travel

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage and antique, clock parts, watch parts, toy, bobbin, glass, metal, china, tin type photograph
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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