Artist Doug Bell makes sculptures that range from small table-top sized, manipulated found object pieces, to life size tableaus and wall sized installations. The installations can be made up of hundreds of objects. These objects vary from desks, chairs and furniture, to collections of rocks and bones and jars of nuts and bolts. Often he employs the sounds and light from old radios and televisions.His work is a reflection of his need to make order out of chaos and give meaning to the incoherent. What is of primary interest to him is the physical process of making art and the recognition of his inherent desire to fix things, make things, and make things better.
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