Lot 1026
Butch Anthony (American, b. 1964), Found Object Bird Sculpture
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Seale, Alabama, wirework body with central turned wood finial, nail legs and repurposed metal tail, mounted atop a pine block base, ink signed to underside.

12 1/2 x 16 x 5 1/2 in.

From the Estate of the late Linda Kornberg, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Butch Anthony is a contemporary, self-taught artist, maker, and collector of objects and antiques. He grew up on his family's 80-acre property in Seale, Alabama, where he lives and works today in a home he built by hand. He is the creator of the Museum of Wonder, The World’s First Drive Thru Museum, and The Possum Trot.

Butch’s work has been featured in solo, group, and juried exhibitions across the United States and abroad in venues such as the Akron Museum of Art (Akron, Ohio), Wiregrass Museum of Art (Dothan, Alabama), Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art (Charleston, South Carolina), and the Black Rat Project (London, England). He has been featured on the television series American Pickers and his work in publications including The New York Times, Garden and Gun, and Hyperallergic. Butch was also included in Alabama Creates: 200 Years of Art and Artists, a book which showcases master artists from the state.

Good estate condition.