Bird Sculpture Haitian Folk Art made from Remnants of Steel Oil Drums

Acquired in 2014 at an event supporting the American Folk Art Museum here in New York, this hammered steel bird was made by an artist in Haiti who used the remnants of steel oil drums to hammer, cut, and engrave steel from oil drums into birds.

Please see the larger matching set of a flock of birds, for sale here.

This is unsigned; ready to hang.

11.5" x 10.5"


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ITEM ID
hammeredbird1
GENRE
African & Oceanic Art, American Folk Art and Outsider Art
MEDIA
Metal
STYLE
Realism, Realist, Symbolism, Symbolist
THEME
Animal, Industrial Chic
WIDTH
10.5" (27 cm)
HEIGHT
11.5" (29 cm)
AGE
21st Century
ITEM TYPE
Contemporary

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Bird Sculpture Haitian Folk Art made from Remnants of Steel Oil Drums

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