Oakland Myths - Alameda Flea Market
51 in HIGH x 21.5 in WIDE x 18.5 in DEEP
(129.54 cm HIGH x 54.61 cm WIDE x 46.99 cm DEEP)
The Ted and Ruth Nash Collection. Art © Artists’ Legacy Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York

The Great Oakland Myth, Wenger Gallery, April 10 - May 5, 1973. Baroque '74, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, January 18 - March 17, 1974. Viola Frey, Crocker Art Museum, March 21 - April 27, 1981. A Legacy of Art: The Ted and Ruth Nash Collection, OMCA, August 24 - December 30, 2007

Ceramic sculpture in four parts. (D) White rectangular base with composition of figures and automobiles painted in black along lower edge. (C) Two partially visible red automobiles jut out from either side of the base lid. The base supports a (B) round vessel with a (A) lid. The vessel's surface is composed of numerous figues in three-dimesions including automobiles, female figures, stars, a dogs, flowers, and motorcycles, etc. Polychrome glaze in orange and secondary primary colors and metallic gold covers the sculpture's surface.

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