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Exhibit Date :: September 1 - 23, 2017
September 1, 6-8pm - Opening Reception
September 22, 6-9pm - Closing Reception
American Appetite 2017: Assemblages by William H. Overman

Gallery I

“Tank Burger” with “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherry Bombs”, Assemblage sculptures

Artist, William Overman reflects our nation’s voracious and often misguided appetites by combining his original ceramics with salvaged materials.  Our appetites for:

  • FAST FOOD resulting in obesity and ill health
  • GUNS and WEAPONS that are dangerous and ubiquitous
  • ENVIRONMENTAL DEREGULATION and resulting in pollution (Welcome to the Cape Fear Region)
  • INVASION and WARS in other countries (and the hype from politicians about how easy the next war will be)
  • HOSTILE IMMIGRATION policies: shut borders

Each piece is one-of-a-kind; hand made from carved and painted wood (buns and bullets) salvaged materials (barbed wire and bailing twine, pieces of plastic, green “flip flops” from pedicure shops) acrylic paint, inexpensive toys (guns, planes, tank, army men), clay (crown roast and game hen), china and eating utensils from thrift shops.

View the work!