Assemblage with found objects
22″ H x 11″ W X 11″ D
ABOUT THE ARTWORK:
Sharon Brooks, the imaginative creator of the mixed media assemblage sculpture “Too Much Tea,” describes it as a whimsical and delightful artwork. The centerpiece of this piece is a silver tray, cleverly supported by pounded silver cones that securely hold a wooden plate in place through drilled holes. This arrangement not only provides stability but also adds a touch of resilience to the sculpture.
In her creative manipulation, Brooks has added a playful twist by incorporating the head of a doll sitting atop a teapot. It appears as if the doll is emerging from the teapot, with her arms playfully sticking out of the snout. This unique concept adds a sense of charm and intrigue to the artwork, reinventing the traditional tea-serving experience.
The sculpture is further enhanced by the presence of multiple trays stacked together with an array of different kitchen items, assembled together in a harmonious and vintage-inspired manner.