A Time for Love by Gary Lang
A Time for Love reminds us that through love we can unite the world. This working clock was created with mixed media.
About Time by Rafael Perea de la Cabada
A timely representation in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement. The 8:16 commemorates the last moments of George Floyd’s life. His death triggered nationwide protests against police brutality, police racism, and lack of police accountability. This working clock was created with mixed media.
Botanical Hope by Janet Neuwalder
The beauty of nature can bring comfort during challenging times. This working clock was created with printed lino collaged with silver paper, paper, map pins, embellished with map pins.
Four Dimensional Time by Carlos Grasso
The reason why time is regarded as the 4th dimension is that in relativity, we have to include the time coordinate in describing events fully in space along with the time, called the space-time coordinate. The calligraphic imagery symbolizes all languages and is a universal representation of all humanity. This working clock was created with acrylic on Indian handmade paper.
Landscapes Clock by Astrid Preston
Astrid Preston’s paintings are primarily internal landscapes. This clock offers multiple points of view to generate a feeling of serenity. This working clock was created with oil on wood.
Patchwork by Christine Morla
Hand-woven papers, with patterns and technique initially inspired by the “banig” (a hand-woven mat used in East Asia and the Philippines for sleeping and sitting. This piece explores the crossovers of art, craft and design. This working clock was created with woven found paper and acrylic on wood.
Timing by Ruth Pastine
In the artist’s classic minimalist style, she created a bright uplifting painting reminding us that timing is everything. This working clock was created with oil on wood.
Triskelion by Tom Jenkins
The Triskelion or triple spiral appears on many Megalithic tombs such as Newgrange in Ireland. It can represent in the beginning, middle and end of time. This working clock was created in mixed media.
Time Loop by Karen Kitchel & Gary Keene
Karen Kitchel and husband Gary Keene teamed up to create a clock that features a map from the 1940’s, symbolizing a time when the world rallied against tyranny. This working clock is a 10″x10″x10″ table top display with copper, iron, paint and a 1940’s map.
Time for the Parting Glass by Bob Privitt
Time For The Parting Glass is a reference to the Irish folk song. The piece features a line drawing of a contemporary human skull on top of an image of Neolithic skulls. The glasses placed at the ears adds a Dada element in contrast to the seriousness of our human evolution. This working clock was created with a ceramic face, two small liquor glasses and 2020 numerals.
Time and Tide Await No Man by Richard Franklin
Da Vinci’s Modular Man with Victorian hat and goggles surrounded by 4 golden arrow feathers. inscribed – Tide & Time await no man! This working clock was created in mixed media.
Early Bird Gets the Worm by Mick Reinman
The Early Bird Gets the Worm… meanwhile, life goes on for those swimming through life. The meter never stops. The gamble of life continues. Time waits for no one! This working clock was created using mixed media.
Asynchronous Orrery 2020 by Matt and Monica Furmanski
An orrery is a mechanical model of the solar system, or of just the sun, earth, and moon, used to represent their relative positions and motions. This working clock was created with laser-cut wood.
A Stitch in Time by Peggy Pownall
This mix media clock features sewing patterns representing domestic life. The symbolism is especially relative today as we all continue to spend time at home. This working clock was created with sewing pattern pieces and acrylic paint.
Here Today…(with the addition of A Little Extra Time) by Margaret Nielsen
Here Today… (with the addition of a Little Extra Time…) Life’s fragility is the theme of this one of a kind assemblage. Our clown—evil or oblivious? A ticking time bomb juggling amidst the beauty and fragility of nature…
The orginal plate is a limited edition of 50. This working clock is painted porcelain with a found clock.
Untitled by Michael Rohde
As an artist who works primarily in textiles on a loom, the artist decided to create a color wheel that represents a sample of the broad palette he creates for his hand-dyed wool. This working clock was created with colored pencil.