ZENITH GALLERYest. 1978
GALLERY HOURS: Wednesday - Saturday, Noon - 6 pm


 

Humor Heals

Show Dates: September 23 - October 29, 2016

 

Stephen Hansen

 Biography

 

 


A Guy Walks Into A Bar
Paper
mâché
29” x 52” x 5"
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Cafe Olé
Paper mache
54" x 42" x 10"
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Diner Theatre
Papier-mâché & lights
28" x 29" x 4"
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Dubuffet - The Cow with Subtle Nose
Painted Paper Mache and Acrylic on Canvas on Panel
18” x 22” x 4”

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Elephant in the Room
Paper mâché
25” x 35” x 6”
SOLD

 


Escarstop/Escargot
Paper mache
15" x 26" x 6"
SOLD


He Did It
Paper Mache
46" x 20"
SOLD

 


Innovation
Paper mache
23" x 18" x 8"
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Legal Eagles
Paper Mache
19" x 28" x 5"

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Man's Best Friend
Painted Paper Mache
19” x 11” x 7”
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Michelangelo - The Creation of Adam (OMG)
Painted Paper Mache and Acrylic on Canvas on Panel
14” x 22” x 3”
SOLD


Post Modern - They Don't Build Them Like They Used To
Paper mache
25" x 19" x 3"
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The Profit of Prophet
paper mache
25” x 30” x 22”
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Potomac Piranha (Feeding Frenzy)

Paper mache
35" x 40" x 4"
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Real People
Paper mache, aluminum
12" x 20" x 8"
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Sea of Matrimony
Paper mache
16" x 18" x 8"
SOLD

 

  

  
Sometimes it's just Faster to Walk
Paper mache
6" x 11" x 6"
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The Solar System
Paper
mâché
24” x 51” x 4”
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Works Owned by the Zenith Community Arts Foundation
Information Age: People, Information and Technology

May 9, 1990 - September 4, 2006

Museum: American History Museum

Location: 1st Floor, West Wing

Beginning with Samuel Morse's invention of the telegraph in the 1830s, this exhibition of more than 700 artifacts explores how information technology has changed our lives -- as individuals and as a society -- over the past 150 years. Objects such as Morse's telegraph, a piece of the first transatlantic telegraph cable, Alexander Graham Bell's original telephone, the early ENIAC computer, the German ENIGMA encoder, and modern microcomputers are on display, along with scores of video stations and computer-driven work stations. The exhibition also explores the influence of radio, television, wartime advances in information technology, the rise of the computer industry, and the spread of computer use in may sectors of modern life. The Interactive Gallery features a changing selection of recent examples of technology. Here and throughout the exhibition, visitors can take advantage of dozens of interactive demonstrations and activities.


Information Age
6’ x 36’ x 4’
Commissioned for the Smithsonian Museum of American History, Washington, DC

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The Information Age: Your Transaction is Being Processed
61” x 36” x 60”
Painted Paper Mache and Wood
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The Information Age: The Receptionist
48” x 61” x 40”
Painted Paper Mache and Wood
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The Information Age: Man with Printing Problems
60” x 24” x 40”
Painted Paper Mache and Wood
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The Information Age: Auto Analyzer
63” x 73” x 40”
Painted Paper Mache and Wood
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The Information Age: Child Playing Video Games
26” x 22” x 36”
Painted Paper Mache and Wood
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