Wood, expanded foam, wax, color
14 x 9 x 9
I somehow got interested in cones. They are such elegant austere geometrical shapes, egg like in their purity. They make an interesting canvas on which to apply designs and I tried out several ideas. I wondered how I could introduce them into the wild and ended up creating a little shelter for the tiny decorated cones, hidden, somewhat secretive. It turned out that this became an homage to Joseph Cornell, the inspiring master of assemblage.