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    Photo: Stephen Pitkin/Pitkin Studio
1988
Found wood, seashell, plastic flowers, pine cone, ceramic frog, enamel, spray paint, on wood
27.5 x 13 x 4 inches

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Light often affixed flea-market castoffs to his paintings or what he called "attachments." Each object—a root, a toy, a sign, a clock, or a hubcap, among many examples—was chosen for its ability to fit as a visual symbol into Light’s evolving iconography.

Light often affixed flea-market castoffs to his paintings or what he called "attachments." Each object—a root, a toy, a sign, a clock, or a hubcap, among many examples—was chosen for its ability to fit as a visual symbol into Light’s evolving iconography.