by sabine7 / March 24, 2005

Since his first 1998 exhibition of Tupperware in LA, George Stoll has concentrated on fabricating ordinary household objects by hand. By taking the Tupperware containers out of context and placing them in simple, colourful groupings, Stoll instills his arrangements of paraffin and beeswax with subtle beauty. To Stoll these sculptures are drawings because he does not use any oil pigment to colour the waxes. The dry pigment employed is closer to media used for drawing rather than painting.

Artist: George Stoll
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