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Found art with pieces, wire, found objects, and acrylic paint added on. It incorporates some appropriation techniques, along with elements of balance
Acrylic, designer samples, bark, cardboard, & found objects on found painting
36.00 x 24.00"
$625
A painting by Steven Tannenbaum of racehorses / horses, nail polish colors, and carpet samples along with found objects and charcoal create an interesting comparison tools for horse names, nail polish names, and designer samples.  How do names relate to e
Acrylic, charcoal, & found objects on Door
96.00 x 48.00 x 3.25 inches
February 2017
$1375
This piece by Steven Tannenbaum, titled: Blood I've Already Seen, is a Modern Assemblage Art piece that uses found objects such as cardboard packing material, drafting tools, dried radishes, wire, acrylic paint, & found wood,to make a beautiful boquet of
Acrylic, charcoal, collage, found objects on canvas, wood, cardboard
29.50 x 13.00 x 5.00 inches
2013
$425
This mixed media art piece painting by Steven Tannenbaum combines acrylic paint, found objects (nails, paper), cardboard, and charcoal to represent a martini scene, a pressed shirt, a coffee filter with pills in it, and a lonely angry priest.
Acrylic, charcoal, found paper, nails, & cardboard on paper on board
August 2016
$295
A mixed media assemblage piece by Steven Tannenbaum describing the balance between logic and emotion, dream and reality, it uses dream elements along with past sketches, marker, found objects, and acrylic paint to evoke a crisp balanced look and feel
Acrylic, pencil, found objects, turmeric, stair tread, plastic, poster board on wood
96.00 x 48.00 x 4.00 inches
2013
$1975
The Authority Of The Days In Between is is a mixed media assemblage piece by Steven Tannenbaum and is a counterpart to The Authority Of The Space In Between and uses mixed media and assemblage to show the ways in which life can be both very meaningful and
Tire shard, designer samples, type-written words, burning, user manual, plug discards, acrylic, paper, & wood on whiteboard
96.00 x 48.00 x 2.00 inches
2016
A mixed media art piece by Steven Tannenbaum of StructureSlash Modern Assemblage Art
Acrylic, spray paint, jar, Mr. Peanut cane, stick, paper, Pringles® can, found objects, broken lights bulbs, branch and leaves, & plastic egg on wood
96.00 x 48.00 x 1.50 inches
2017
Things I Found on the Ground (Preserve the Dirt) is a Mixed Media Assemblage piece that uses objects I found on the ground glued to a piece of wood I found in a way that has some balance, order, and flow, but not too much
Found objects & acrylic on found wood
2013
$675
A Modern Assemblage Art piece by Steven Tannenbaum using glass, found metal, leaf, peapod shell, wood, acrylic paint, rock sample to create flow, balance, and a striking appearance
Found wood, acrylic, peapod shell, leaf, broken glass, rock sample, & found objects on wood
15.00 x 15.00 x 1.25 inches
2012
This mixed media piece of Modern Assemblage Art by Steven Tannenbaum uses yellow circles, painted wood, leaf, receipt paper, an outlet cover, and black duct tape to convey an abstract flowing feel
Painted wood, leaf, textured ceiling paint, yellow threaded & hardened rope, receipt paper, outlet cover, and black duct tape
22.00 x 14.50 x 0.50 inches
2013
$175
This artwork by Steven Tannenbaum of STRUCTURESlash is a surreal, semi-abstract piece done while on drugs and explores the world of addiction, hate, frustration, and madness & was lost in a flood in a friends garage - the friend didn't think it was import
Marker, acrylic, fishing license, found objects, space where telephone was glued on found wood
47.00 x 19.00 x 00.75 inces
2004
Bee Bug Cloth on Wood uses found objects to make a mixed media assemblage art piece that incorporates elements of design and balance.  It uses cloth, insects, marker, pen, and paint to evoke a clean, minimalist feel
Found Objects, acrylic, bee, bug, and cloth on wood
24.00 x 8.00 x 0.50 inches
This still life by Steven Tannenbaum of StructureSlash Modern Assemblage Art shows a hammer on a trashcan and shadows
NuPastel on canvas board
12.00 x 9.00 x 0.15 inches
September 21, 2017