This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / November 27, 2009

Imagine a world where all the plush toys took on more adult exteriors. This world is that of Cathy McClure who casts the stuffie skeletons in bronze. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Cathy McClure brings a certain dignity to former stuffed animals who still retain the right to remain mechanized.

The rising or setting sun plays with the water as people enjoy the evening or a morning row in softly lit paintings on aluminum by Kay Bradner.

Fabio Viale's rowboat is a remarkable piece of marble sculpture that gets from a to b.

Almost empty rooms set the stage for Ross Sawyers' photos. Are they works in progress or merely abandoned?

Two hundred autumn leaves refuse to fall right down to ground, preferring instead to hover aglow. Luzinterruptus provides a Madrid park with another delightful tableau.

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