This handsome modern stonework sculpture is both round and angular. Substantial in concept and also heft, it sits on a solid wood base and is interesting from every angle. Signed 1993, part of the artist's work while doing studio work at Brooklyn College.
Frank Salzman was a Brooklyn-based artist who worked mainly in sculpture, but had (impressive) forays into painting and ceramics.
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