The juxtaposition of pink marble with the organic free-style form of this sculpture is really interesting and appealing. Marble has noteworthy natural strength, of course, but the surface scuffs and white discolorations of this piece speak to its decades as functional art, at use in the home. Signed 1990.
Frank Salzman was a Brooklyn-based artist who worked mainly in sculpture, but had (impressive) forays into painting and ceramics.
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