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Museum exhibit sculpture by Jay Bolotin. Aptly titled Angel, this art sculpture is larger than life. The wooden body shows elegance as it points to the sky. Affixed with mobile wheel base, this piece was made for use in a production Objects from the Mechanical Opera that exhibited in Cincinnati in 1996.
A native of Kentucky and acclaimed musician and visual artist, Jay Bolotin has combined his twin pursuits of art and music in highly original theatrical productions, such as ""The Hidden Boy"", whose American premiere was in New York City's City Center Theater, and the forthcoming ""Limbus: A Mechanical Opera"", under the direction of opera director Jonathan Eaton. This opera incorporated performers and the artist's giant mechanical sculptures. In his print works, Bolotin draws inspiration from literary sources, such as William Blake's work, which has a close affinity to Bolotin's own complex and ambiguous narratives.
His woodcuts are in the collections of The New York Public Library, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Cincinnati Art Museum and many other public and private colections.
Bolotin's work has been recognized by a Major Fellowship and New Works Grants from The Ohio Arts Council as well as a MacDowell Colony Fellowship.
As a musician and songwriter Bolotin has worked with Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard and Dan Fogelberg. Kristofferson named Bolotin ""one of the three best songwriters in the country"". Bolotin gives regular concerts in the U.S. and abroad.
Good overall, some light distressing and wear from age and use, see pictures
48" x 192" (Diameter x Height)