“Fabrications” by Keith Sharp

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Still Life With Apples and Pears

by Keith Sharp

Soft sculpture: archival pigment print on cotton, ceramic plate, foam

 

 

 

 

See more work from the “Fabrications” series here: Keith Sharp

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