Drosera - Buttons
Atticus Adams grew up in the mountains of West Virginia, steeped in traditional folk art. Several members of his family were self-taught artists, deeply involved in such crafts as wood carving and quilting. His formal art training includes stints at Yale, Rhode Island School of Design, and Harvard’s School of Architecture.
— ATTICUS ADAMS
“Making tangible objects is definitely part of my family heritage,” – “I come from a tradition of using simple, easily available materials for creative expression.”
- Includes metal tag with name of artist
- Small stainless steel mesh sculpture
- The work is inspired by the carnivorous sundew plant(drosera) - that capture insects with their shiny sticky drops
stainless mesh, mother of pearl buttons, 7" x 7" x 4"
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