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  • A conflation across millenia of the role of the written word in culture. A National Enquirer celebrity love triangle article transcribed on clay tablets in ancient Ugaritic cuneiform. Shown at Prove Gallery "Transplants" exhibition, 2013. Tablet reads, "with Selena, twenty, just over a"
  • A conflation across millenia of the role of the written word in culture. A National Enquirer celebrity love triangle article transcribed on clay tablets in ancient Ugaritic cuneiform.
  • Ongoing installation in Prove Gallery restroom. Originally created for "Papyri" Exhibition, 2013.
  • This piece reinterprets a beloved childhood naval war game as a battle of humans vs. nature. The quilt-like nature of the piece integrates a nurturing aspect. Red pegs mark powered vessels sunk, white indicates sail. I am continuing to collect thrift store Battleship games, and plan to exhibit an entire Great Lakes installation.
  • Second in my series of Great Lakes wrecks maps using thrift store Battleship games. Exhibited at Phipps Center for the Arts "45th Parallel" show in Hudson, Wisconsin, 2014.
  • Acrylic on canvas, 6" x 6", shown at Ochre Ghost Gallery in Duluth for Homegrown festival 2012. From a series of local history artworks (Allouez strike of 1913).
  • R Dewitt A posted a new Artwork football fields
    Collages with peeled found cardboard on wood, symbolically representing football game statistics after each quarter. First shown at Prove Gallery in Duluth, "Field" Exhibition.
  • R Dewitt A posted a new Artwork The Long March
    Mixed media painting featuring Chairman Mao, 50" x 38"
  • 9" x 9" Collage of peeled found cardboard on wood, from Twin Ports history series.
  • R Dewitt A posted a new Artwork Vowel Movement
    Created for Prove Gallery’s “Slow Motion” exhibition, my brainstorming led from ‘art movement’ to ‘bowel movement’ to ‘vowel movement.’ I toured the Superior, WI wastewater treatment plant and photographed the slow movement of human waste there. I arranged the altered photographs alphabetically by the Norwegian vowels, in homage to the strong Scandinavian affinities of the region. The letters are depicted on one side of the pieces in Morse Code, and the other in Braille. The en…