Personal Portfolio – Sculpture

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Full view of front showing tethering as a support device, 96" x 18" x 9"


As We Continue to Move Forward (shown tethered to Linear Progression); 2012; found objects and mix media; 96″ x 18″ x 9″


Linear Progression of Chest, Shoe Organizer, Wall Shelf, Broiler Pan and Napkin Rings; 2012; found objects and mixed media; 68″ x 32″ x 24″



And Here, Saved-Fair Medusa-From Harrowing Oceans; 2013; found couch back, ceramic, silicone, paint, mixed media; 38″ x 31″ x 33″
Canyons; 2016; CNC routed plywood, steel, mixed media; 8′ x 4′ x 6′; images depict two iterations of the work displayed at Nashville’s Maker Faire and MOP exhibition at OZ Arts Center


Longing, Remember This Picture (Long’s Peak); 2015; Found shoeshine box, laser cut Plexiglass; 8″ x 14″ x 7.5″


Confluence of Marching Hearts

Confluence of Marching Hearts; 2014; found space heater, 200 American flags, steel upholstered cherry wood, LED light and 555 circuit, mixed media; 50″ x 30″ x 41″


Plastic candy dish, plaster, tongue and groove flooring, steel; 30" x 29" x 5"

Candy Dish; 2015; Plastic candy dish, plaster, tongue and groove flooring, steel; 30″ x 29″ x 5″


Fragments from Travels Eastward; 2012; Found fabrics, found curtain rods, found ceramic wares; dimensions variable resembling actual camping equipment



In Between Times; 2016; found stump, battery powered tea lights, found fireplace facade, computer fans, steel, paint, mixed media; dimensions variable



An Hour Before Irene I Remember This Time from Ariel Lavery on Vimeo.

An Hour Before Irene I Remembered This Time; 2011; reclaimed barn wood, reclaimed television, captured video with superimposed tracks playing “It Must Have Been Love” by Roxette and “Keep On the Sunny Side” by the Carter Family; 52″ x 47″ x 43″


While Realizing Our Full Potential; 2013; Found sink, found lamp, found light base, found garden flag, PCV, cast and lathed plastic, mixed media; 53″ x 31″ x 23″


Here’s One Way to Say; 2009; public performance in Farmington, ME, PA system, plywood, church bells, costume, mix media; dimensions variable, run time approximately 25 minutes