Nancy Rubins, Untitled, 1997. Graphite on large sheets of overlapping torn paper. 66 x 94 in. © Nancy Rubins, courtesy Nancy Rubins Studio, Topanga, California. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas. Image by Mark Menjivar.
Nancy Rubins is an American sculptor and Installation artist. Her sculptural works are primarily composed of blooming arrangements of large rigid objects such as televisions, small appliances, camping and construction trailers, hot water heaters, mattresses, airplane parts, rowboats, kayaks, canoes, surfboards and other objects.
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