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Wisteria In Spring - here-to-for mentioned on RecientWork2012.html page
Tryptch (three panels) - each 24" X 24 - acrylic on canvas stretched over hard board - unframed
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Crossroad - Boonville

Object #6 - here-to-for mentioned on follies.html page
First Archeological Dig - American West Coast 2007
Tablet - horizontal rectangle, 6.25 x 18 x 1 inches
Relic – Historical significance

A well preserved tabloid of this ancient society of Gummy Bears whose DNA make up was that of refined sugar other than those of the modern Gummys whose markers show corn syrup. Gummy Artists from this period were known to use licorice ropes to define their creative space, here the rope is broken and interspersed with a licorice heart. Some of the most talented Gummy artists were overly sentimental, or a licorice heart suggested a sacrifice.

On the far left, five Gummy Bear deacons are shown, this indicates a piece of art commissioned by the ruling class. To the immediate right one of the most important indicators of improved relationship between the Gummys and the Animal Crackers as one domesticated licorice Scotty is face to face with an Animal Cracker Elephant. (This may represent a situation similar to that of the David and Goliath myth.) This Scotty, a representative of the Gummys, is completely surrounded by the Crackers. Below the Gummys stand in line supported on either side by a Gummy overseer. (Notice on the far left of this line two totems are shown to indicate good luck, we assume luck as the embossed relics are former Life-Savers.

Stacked at the far right of the composition, a trinity of Scottys stand on top of one another. Perhaps indicating the Clan of the Gummy Bears sense of religiosity or perhaps new ethics.

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Crossroad - Boonville

CROSSROADS - 1992 - here-to-for mentioned on paintingsMendociino.html page
(Anderson Valley, CA)
6" X 10" Oil on Formica
Shadow- box Frame in wood (Popler) overall 15" X 19"
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Succulents in Swallow Planter

Rainy Day & Blue Succulents - here-to-for mentioned on RecientWork2012.html page
24" X 24 - acrylic on canvas stretched over hard board - unframed
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Tongan Dancers

Tongan Dancers - Kingdom of Tonga - here-to-for mentioned on paintingsSouthPacific.html page
11" X 15" - watercolor w/metalic paint on 300lb Wattman paper - unframed
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above painting framed in appropriate shadow box
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Water Font

Font with Hydrangae Leaf Impressions - here-to-for mentioned on sculpture.html page
22" square vessel - seven inch deep - stained with ferrous sulfate sealed with soy resin
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Its contents supports the work of James Maxwell multimedia artist and writer. As a graphic designer his work consists of being a teacher of watercolors, oils, acrylic, and other graphic media. He is commissioned for paintings in private collections, and public venues. His print works ranges from etchings to glicee. Author of "The Concrete Gourmet's Cookbook - Solid Recipes" - the book consists of 12 chapter of how to make objects using the referred concrete recipes, cement recipes, using concrete as fine art material, cement as media. The how-to use these concrete projects range from making garden planters to food safe serving vessels, worm bunkers to sculptural mixes, and day to day usable objects to follies.

Names and words associated with James Maxwell are: artist James Maxwell, author James Maxwell, illustrator, Graphic designer, painter, watercolorist, sculptor, multimedia artist, writer, The Concrete Gourmet's Cookbook, cement recipes, concrete recipes, how-to mix concrete, concrete art projects, Along the Way - Travel Stories, he is copartnered with Mendocino Stories an online community of artists, writers, and musical artists, http://www.mendocinostories.com, he is one of three coauthor, and the graphic designer, of Along the Way Travel Stories.

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