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Indian Taking Aim

By Jim Ramirez

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Indian Taking Aim


Artwork Description
Cast iron figurine from the 1950’s found at the Brooklyn Flea in the neighborhood of Fort Greene Decorative brass piece found at the West 25th Street Market in Manhattan Wood frame found underneath the Brooklyn Bridge on the Brooklyn side The background is an authentic New York City Subway Map


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Assemblage Art Sculpture
Created on April 2015

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Every object in foundArtNEWYORK by jim ramirez was found in one of the five boroughs of New York. Flea markets, street fairs, antique shops, thrift stores, the street. Even the wood that makes up the frames was found in places like the Calvary Cemetery in Queens, or underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Tying each piece together is an authentic New York City subway map. On the back the artist tells where every object was found, it's signed, and dated.

jim ramirez is an artist living, and working in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Indian Taking Aim Indian Taking Aim
By  Jim Ramirez
Medium/Type:  Assemblage Art   Sculpture
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Create Date: April 2015
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