The Hi Sign
            96 X 89cm (37.5 X 35in)     1986
            triaxial braid; wool with rayon

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When my father was vice principle of a high school a girl's bike was turned in to lost and found. Sitting on the bike, he posed for a photo to be used in the school paper in an effort to find the bike's owner. They used this outtake, the one where he's scratching his forehead. Dad always appreciated humor where he found it and kept the print.
Exhibited: Triaxially Braided Works (one person show), Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Gallery, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, 1986; Fiber National, Adams Memorial Gallery, Dunkirk, New York, 1986; Associated Artists of Pittsburgh in Boston, Copely Society of Boston, 1987; New Growth Arts Festival, Indiana Arts Council, Indiana, PA, 1988; Old and New Works by Maxine Heller and David Mooney, Sewickley Public Library, Sewickley, PA, August 12 - September 15, 2018
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