Superb! I like how you have recessed the hand into the series of rusted elements. It's like the hand is reaching out for help, striving for better health and healing.I love your hand series, they would look amazing all displayed together.
Love the patina and the hand. A very "touching" piece.
Yummy rusty textured piece SethXOXOrly
I love all of these, Seth! What I want to know is... where did you get all those hands?
Very nice piece - it is compelling visually but also has a meaningful theme. I like it a lot.
These are simply amazing pieces of art! You do that you know, you continue to amaze!
I realy don't know how you do it, but everytime I visit your blog I find inspiration!!! You always leave me wanting to run to my "goodies" and CREATE!!!! Thanks again Seth, and have a wonderful weekend!!!
You deserve a hand for this compelling piece!Impressive work once again!Kim
The first thing I thought when I saw these was, "Did he break the hand off a statue?" And the answer is yes! Aside from my funny first reaction, I find these pieces to be sweet and rich. Thanks for showing them to us, Seth.
could use me some of that there healing:) summer is finally here... and the healing from a long hard year is upon me. thanks for the hand:)
I also want to know where you found these "little" hands? How large are these works? I have been drawn to doll heads...I do not know why but I have been displaying them inside vintage wine glasses...small guardians. Have a great weekend in New York...is it as hot there as it is here? Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
fantastic! these just keep getting better and better (and they started fantastic!).
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