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Still Life with Pitcher #2, 2000

“A dynamic conversation between a curious group of found objects, each of which retains its own identity within the larger drama….The mix of benign, poetical, and aggressive objects is so masterfully counterbalanced that there exists a sense of implied motion.” William R. Valerio, PhD...

Brooch #1 and Brooch #2, 1988

Dina’s Brooches are a whimsical reference to her son John’s actual found-object jewelry pieces of the same time. The difference, of course, is scale. Hers are brooches for buildings, though in a sense the function is similar—to adorn, to enhance, and to call attention to...