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antique piano stool turned into a piece of Art! - $150 (East Greenville)

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I'm selling an antique wooden swiveling piano stool that's been "blinged" by a very
cool artist named Janet Sullivan Turner (more info on her work below).

Was asking $250, now on SALE for $150.

I own an antiques store and you can come browse Wed-Sat - email if you're traveling
far, to make sure I'll be open that day. And cash rules........but I also have a credit card swiper ;)

Yardley Antiques
224 Main Street in East Greenville PA 18041
Wed, Thu and Fri 10 AM - 5 PM
Sat 10 AM - 2 PM

Info from online search" Janet Sullivan Turner has dedicated a lifetime of sustained creative passion to voicing sincerely felt responses to her surrounding world and the flux of change has been the signature fact of life during the past 50 years.
Utilizing art from as her medium of expression, she interprets ideas, emotions, beliefs and events she has observed and reflected upon during a period of intense involvement with circumstances and conditions that she has confronted along the way.
Across the years, in her pursuit of a unique grammar of expression, Turner has explored a variety of two and three dimensional materials and procedures for bringing artworks into being. Typically, they include many of the familiar processes employed in drawing, painting, collage and the shaping of sculptural assemblages that one regularly encounters in the contemporary world of art.
In this latter regard, she has been especially adept at utilizing bits and pieces of discarded wood and metal as well as plastic and paper. With uncanny inventive resourcefulness, she has recycled left-overs and throw-aways found in abandoned factories and farms as well as assorted yard sales, flea markets and junk yards. In the process, she has generated a sense of esthetic life ever anew and brought profound meaning to what might otherwise have merely been viewed as useless trash.
Frequently, these artworks are especially remarkable because they are rich with poetic revelation, especially in the way they bridge the gap situated between the past and the present. And they are all the more eloquent because they are completely unexpected and far removed from the trivial, the tiresome and the ordinary.

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