Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 
Alex Lockwood Plastic Man Discovers Television

Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 

Plastic Man Discovers Television

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Alex Lockwood is a self-taught artist from Seattle. He makes abstract sculpture from colorful material, often repurposed or recycled.

He builds with one primary component, which is repeated many times to create patterns and structures. His material is often recognizable (bottle caps, shotgun shells, bread tabs and lottery tickets), though not always immediately. A familiar object seen in unfamiliar numbers can be alien at first glance, and Lockwood finds power and beauty in presenting commonplace material on an uncommon scale.

Alex Lockwood’s work appears courtesy of Elephant Gallery.

Pricing available upon request. Please email info@wilderlife.com for inquiries.

2019; Plastic

 
 


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