Turducken

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duck
Leo Sewell’s Doc Duck is an
assemblage of surgical instruments transformed into a representation of a
duck. (I think this is the right description for this photo)

Gobble, gobble. I thought this could pass as turducken. Have a good one.

Oh, and the duck is now on exhibit as part of the Metals and More show of works by 18 Philadelphia sculptors in City Hall. The exhibit, curated by artist Charles Burwell, runs to Feb. 2007 on the second and fourth floors of City Hall. Also in the show, besides Leo Sewell, who I believe did this duck, are: I. George Bilyk, Steve Donegan, James Fuhrman, Nadja S. Gustafson, Warren Holzman, Paul R. Hubbard, Marilyn E. Lavins, Gina Michaels, Zoila Perry, Marie Rim, Eric Schultz, Adam Shuman, Christopher Smith, Stan Smokler, Anyta Thomas, Dina Wind and Arleen Race Wolf.

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art in city hall, leo sewell

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