Many of Denny Maloney's artworks have spiritual or religious references. A lot of pieces incorporate found and salvaged objects. Tin ceiling tiles and cupboard doors make frames for enamel pieces.
Simplified explanation of the copper enamel process Denny self-perfected: Powdered glass is fired onto a solid plate at between 1350 and 1550 degrees which melts the glass onto the copper creating a glossy sand painting. He uses sifters, funnels and exacto knives to form a picture with the powdered glass.
This female portrait is inspired by part of an old oak chair. It measures 14" wide and 16.5" long. It has a wire for hanging.
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