River Cascade
River Cascade

2014
Wood, Chrome-coated stainless steel, Painted steel mesh, stones, shells, gravel
4 Feet L. 16.5W. 3 Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

Rorschach River
Rorschach River


2013
Wood, Chrome-coated stainless steel, Painted steel mesh, Stones and gravel,
Metal hardware, plastic pipe

4 Feet L. 16.5W. 3Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

I have always lived close to bodies of water, and today I enjoy observing and experiencing the Delaware River. Continuously and during each season I am intrigued by its flow and its  flora and fauna. My river works often try to present birds eye views of the river and its rocky and grassy shores. For this exhibit I have created a stained wood, metal and stone wall-sculpture. The river teams with life of all kinds, nourished by this valuable natural resource. In contrast is the pipeline leaving a path of industrial waste.
 

River-Pipeline Diptych
River-Pipeline Diptych

2012
Wood, Steel Mesh, Chrome-coated Stainless Steel,
Tubing, Plastic, Black Stones

32L. 34W. 4Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

Green Rock Cascade
Green Rock Cascade

1987      
20L. 12W. 3 Deep Inches 
Aluminum, Soapstone, Enamel
© Naomi Teppich

Centered Marble Banks
Centered Marble Banks

1988
Aluminum, Marble tile, enamel
12L. 10W. 1Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich
Currently exhibited at "Visual Duets"
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance
Narrowsburg, NY

River Cascade
Rorschach River
River-Pipeline Diptych
Green Rock Cascade
Centered Marble Banks
River Cascade

2014
Wood, Chrome-coated stainless steel, Painted steel mesh, stones, shells, gravel
4 Feet L. 16.5W. 3 Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

Rorschach River


2013
Wood, Chrome-coated stainless steel, Painted steel mesh, Stones and gravel,
Metal hardware, plastic pipe

4 Feet L. 16.5W. 3Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

I have always lived close to bodies of water, and today I enjoy observing and experiencing the Delaware River. Continuously and during each season I am intrigued by its flow and its  flora and fauna. My river works often try to present birds eye views of the river and its rocky and grassy shores. For this exhibit I have created a stained wood, metal and stone wall-sculpture. The river teams with life of all kinds, nourished by this valuable natural resource. In contrast is the pipeline leaving a path of industrial waste.
 

River-Pipeline Diptych

2012
Wood, Steel Mesh, Chrome-coated Stainless Steel,
Tubing, Plastic, Black Stones

32L. 34W. 4Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich

Green Rock Cascade

1987      
20L. 12W. 3 Deep Inches 
Aluminum, Soapstone, Enamel
© Naomi Teppich

Centered Marble Banks

1988
Aluminum, Marble tile, enamel
12L. 10W. 1Deep Inches
© Naomi Teppich
Currently exhibited at "Visual Duets"
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance
Narrowsburg, NY

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