Spirit of Art
Yesterday & Tomorrow
7506 N Albina Ave
Portland Oregon 97217
Every Now & Then We have a
'Do A Little Dance'
and find something Extraordinary
Inca Kero, Colonial Period with 5 Surrounding Registers ~ ca. 1500's ~ Vetted at the 2014 S.F. Tribal & Textile Arts Show.
size 7 5/8" tall x 5 5/8" diam at top
Stunning Industrial Artistic Marriage of kiln formed and polished architectural patterned glass assembled on a powder coated aluminum matrix.
This Amazing Wall Sculpture is approx. 72 inches high * 84 inches wide (6ft. * 7ft.) and was created by award-winning renown Portland Artist
Roger V. Thomas.
Sculpture was commission by a major PG&E subsidiary and has been hanging on the top floor of a prominent Portland, OR Building until recently.
Matching Pair of 1956 Wonderful Vintage Sphinx Sculptures
An absolutely amazing matching pair of Vintage Sphinx Sculptures. Made of a cast stone with very fine detail. They are quite heavy & as you can see they are in the as found condition with remnants of old paint . Produced by “A Silvestri” in 1956 The condition on the first Sphinx is good, the second Sphinx; has a bit of deterioration going on , but is still wonderful. Both of the Sphinx can be sealed to maintain their wonderful antiquity, repainted or left as is to age and moss with grace.
Measuring 28” long x 18” high x 8 ½” wide. 675.00 pair
The "String Game"
by well know Alaskan Artist Rie Muñoz AP 1/22 1980
Print is in Excellent Condition without fading or yellowing.
This work of art should be reframed.
from e-mail from ©Gala-Rie olyart gallery:
The “String Game” plate # 109, product # 8007 as shown in Rie’s book “Rie Muñoz Portrait of
Artist Ebba Rapp 1909-1985
Standing Pigeon sculpture 1930 – 40s. Mint condition with original price tag even! $1500.00
Ebba Rapp (1909-1985) was born and raised in
One of the only female sculptors active in Seattle in the 1930s and 1940s, Rapp was recognized nationally when one of her sculptures was included in the American Art Today exhibition at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Besides painting and sculpture, she was an accomplished craftswoman and was one of the founders of the Seattle Clay Club. She mastered the art of enameling and also worked with Peter Voulkos (1924-2002) at the Archie Bray Foundation in
Yesterday & Tomorrow,
an ever changing passion.
Above are only a few of our extraordinary treasures!
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