Museum of Art and Design, New York
Someone asked where my work might be found in public collections:
Tea Cabinet (1985) This trompe l’oeil cabinet depicts a tea pot, cups and saucers. The door looks as if it is cocked open, but is flat with the front. The door sits in a non-rectilinear recess.
There is no handle on the door and it is opened by pushing a brass button (barely visible) on the bottom of the front rail. The “shadows” run over the objects and onto the “interior”. Darker woods are inlaid into the right side to continue the shadows.
The piece is in the collection of the Museum of Art and Design in New York.