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28 Pages Red Herring Recycled Wood Art Fish Wall Hanging 9/11 Commission Report Declassified

28 Pages Red Herring Recycled Wood Art Fish Wall Hanging 9/11 Commission Report Declassified

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: rapidograph pens, acrylic paint, recycled wood
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"28 Pages Red Herring"
Recycled Wood Fish
By Kelly Green H-Baum

15"" x 3.5" x 3/4"

Artist Statement:

I am driven to create as surely as I need to breathe.

I have always been intrigued with the mind, the subconscious and symbols. I indulge in reading books by Jung, Freud, Joseph Campbell, and Mother Goose, books about Philosophy, Universal Theories, Physics, History, Mythology, Theology, and Conspiracy Theories.

A fantasy world of creatures called the Freak Doody Heads has taken root in my sub-conscience and is emerging as a full blown universe with its own mythology through my art work.

I began customizing vinyl toys almost a decade ago. This medium has allowed me to connect to my life-long love of toys in new ways as the creator instead of collector. I have been surprised to find that they provide an avenue of expression for some deeper thoughts, social commentary and symbolism that I may have avoided previously. This in turn has caused a recent evolutionary shift in other areas of my art. I've collected toys my entire life, and this has been a fun way to engage in that interest as creator instead of just collector.

Skydiving turns up again and again in my artwork as a result of being submerged in the sport and lifestyle for nearly two decades. I retired from jumping out of airplanes in 2010 to be a full time artist, and soon after I became a full time mom instead. Now I’m both.

I have been a self representing artist since 2001. I currently live and work in amazing Colorado. My artwork can be seen in person at Commonwheel Artist Co-op in Manitou Springs, Colorado.

Kelly Green (H-Baum)
"28 Pages Red Herring"
Recycled Wood Fish
By Kelly Green H-Baum

15"" x 3.5" x 3/4"

Artist Statement:

I am driven to create as surely as I need to breathe.

I have always been intrigued with the mind, the subconscious and symbols. I indulge in reading books by Jung, Freud, Joseph Campbell, and Mother Goose, books about Philosophy, Universal Theories, Physics, History, Mythology, Theology, and Conspiracy Theories.

A fantasy world of creatures called the Freak Doody Heads has taken root in my sub-conscience and is emerging as a full blown universe with its own mythology through my art work.

I began customizing vinyl toys almost a decade ago. This medium has allowed me to connect to my life-long love of toys in new ways as the creator instead of collector. I have been surprised to find that they provide an avenue of expression for some deeper thoughts, social commentary and symbolism that I may have avoided previously. This in turn has caused a recent evolutionary shift in other areas of my art. I've collected toys my entire life, and this has been a fun way to engage in that interest as creator instead of just collector.

Skydiving turns up again and again in my artwork as a result of being submerged in the sport and lifestyle for nearly two decades. I retired from jumping out of airplanes in 2010 to be a full time artist, and soon after I became a full time mom instead. Now I’m both.

I have been a self representing artist since 2001. I currently live and work in amazing Colorado. My artwork can be seen in person at Commonwheel Artist Co-op in Manitou Springs, Colorado.

Kelly Green (H-Baum)

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