Printed steel from vintage steel doll houses and recycled tin containers, brass, aluminum rivets, paint.
Each side is a traditional quilt pattern inspired by a children's game board. Game boards include:
- Candyland/ Fan quilt pattern
- Tic-tac-toe/ Nine Square quilt pattern
- Chess/checkers/ Small Square quilt pattern
- Backgammon/ Triangle pattern
On the top of this sculpture is a Parcheesi Board or the quilt pattern Robbing Peter to Pay Paul. There are four images of women's power - a fantasy character, sports athlete, Wonder Woman, and women serving food. Materials are recycled tin cans, and vintage steel dollhouses. The black triangles are painted steel.
16" height x 16" width x 16.5" depth
This sculpture is available for purchase or exhibition.
Retail price: $7,750
Photo Credit: Philip Cohen
© Harriete Estel Berman, 1995