THE SUBTERFUGE - Steampunk underwater vehicle

May 8th, 2014 in member junk     
Lauretta Lauretta, member
5 users recommend

33"W x 16"H x 9"D wall hanging. Very cool steampunk piece based on asking the question: "What would happen if you mixed evolution with the industrial revolution?" Made out of an old frame, vintage paint brush & gauge, pieces I found in a antique cash register, a fish serving tray and an old car muffler.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Lauretta Lowell
posted in: member junk, subterfuge, mechanical fish, amphibian vehicle, Jules Verne vehicle, whimsical curiosities, California Assemblage Artist Lauretta Lowell, lauretta lowell, fish art, california assemblage art, assemblage artist Lauretta Lowell, steampunk fish

Comments (8)

bigdogmom1960 writes: Is this the artist that designed the aquatic steam punk pieces for the Bass Pro at the Pyramid in Memphis, TN? Posted: 2:51 pm on August 3rd
GypsyBarn writes: I'd love to crawl into your brain and set up residence for a while lol! This is so fantabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3 Posted: 1:57 pm on May 21st
suewhitney writes: As it!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:25 am on May 14th
The_paqrat writes: If DaVinci could propose an ornithopter I don't see why you couldn't propose a piscasubmarine.
Posted: 9:03 pm on May 13th
JunkArchitect writes: This is truly amazing! The components you find are always extraordinary.


Posted: 5:01 am on May 5th
MakinItHappen writes: I love it! Posted: 7:24 pm on May 2nd
gadgetsponge writes: You constantly amaze me Lauretta! You bring the most creative assemblages from so many different avenues and ideas. Truly the definition of an artist. Posted: 4:25 pm on May 2nd
BillyJo writes: This is outstanding work. I love this kind of art. Thanks for the inspiration! Billyjo Posted: 1:45 pm on May 2nd
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