Walter May • 2010 - 2015 • Selected Works
A burnt cane embedded in a wooden apple, a wooden bucket handle, an aluminum rod culminating in a circular loop are joined by a galvanized metal strap and some yellow cord.
Nickle and Chrome plated objects partially dipped in tar and suspended from bead chain.
A galvanized sheet metal stovepipe contains a piece of burnt driftwood. The stovepipe is attached to a tree trunk, capped with rawhide.
Two bentwood chairs are attached to steel pipes which are supported by separate cast iron bases.
Two bentwood chairs with burnt leg supports are placed on individual plinths.
A steel pressure tank stabilized by small wooden wedges is attached to a burnt poplar branch.
A fir beam raised on two small burnt cedar blocks is partially covered by a rubberized raincoat. A burnt arbutus branch is laid on top of the beam. A second sculpture, "Tuttle's Rocker" is seen in the background.
Reproduction of a stone garden pedestal constructed from burnt cedar. The original pedestal was located at Chateau Mathieu, in Normandy, France.
Two bentwood chair frames are supported by steel poles with cast iron bases.
Branch, wooden knob, cord. Detail of a work from the 14 part series "Prunnings, Cuttings, Windfall, Deadfall". This series follows the initial "Pruning and Cuttings" work completed at the Chateau Mathiu Residency in 2009,
Branches, handles, cord. Detail of a work from the 14 part series "Prunnings, Cuttings, Windfall, Deadfall".
branch, handle, cord.
Detail of a work from the 14 part series "Prunnings, Cuttings, Windfall, Deadfall".
Twenty eight small objects and personal ephemera are partially dipped in tar and suspended from brass bead chain.
Collection of the Djerassi
Resident Artists Program.
The "Knuckleball" is comprised of a bundle of small cankers and branches, yellow twine and spent matches.