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7th & Penn, Tom SarverBusiness was slow when I stopped in to The Occasional Market today.  I tried to stir things up by wheeling my sales cart out onto the sidewalk to do some drawing.  There weren’t many window shoppers around, but there was a lot of activity to sketch at Katz Plaza.

 

 

 

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More installation shots, 707 Penn

On May 17th and 18th, set up a collage-making area for gallery guests as part of the International Children's Festival.  Image by Rebecca Lessner.

On May 17th and 18th, I set up a collage-making area for gallery guests as part of the International Children’s Festival. Image by Rebecca Lessner.

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Piece of Parmesan, 2014 (an old story about my Grandfather's old grocery store).

Piece of Parmesan, 2014 (From a story about my Grandfather’s old grocery store).

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Tom Sarver Gallery Installation

Planet Axe-Iron, commentary on excessive prescription drugs in American society, 2014.

Planet Axe-Iron, commentary on  the prescription drug industry, 2014.

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That Nickel, acrylic on canvas, 2014.

That Nickel, acrylic on canvas, 2014.

Visitor collage-making day.  Image by Rebecca Lessner.

Visitor collage-making day. Image by Rebecca Lessner.

 

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Gallery Images, The Occasional Market

Hand-painted sign in the front window.

Hand-painted sign in the front window.

Installation view #2, The Occasional Market.

Installation view, The Occasional Market.

Installation view of The Occasional Market

Installation view of The Occasional Market.

 

Top shelf: Catfish (made from eyeglass case), Delivery, Ceramic Spaceship.  Bottom: cast metal spaceship, ceramic vessel, assemblage spaceship.

Top shelf: Catfish (made from eyeglass case), Delivery, Ceramic Spaceship. Bottom: Cast Metal Spaceship, Ceramic Vessel, Assemblage Spaceship.

The Occasional Market is set to open this Friday.  The gallery is very organized for now, but the show will change as I arrive for occasional performances and other activities.  Forty-eight pieces are now on view, including three 4′ x 5′ collage paintings, several pencil drawings, some smaller collage pieces, a wooden cart, three puppets, and small sculptures in metal ceramic and assemblage.

 

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