Maskull Lasserre
Omen (work in process)

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Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)Omen (work in progress)Omen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé Brodeur

Omen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)

Photo: Elysé BrodeurOmen (work in progress)

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Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.OmenOmenOmen (artifacts)

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.Omen (artifacts)

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.Omen (artifacts)

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.Omen (artifacts)

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.
Omen
2015
Courtesy of John Micheal Kohler Art Center (Art/Industry) and Kohler co.
Thanks to Elysé Brodeur, Dave Ertal, and the others at Kohler Cast Iron Division for their help and support.

4000 lb of cast iron birds dropped by electromagnetic bridge crane.
Completed the Kohler Cast Iron Divission, through the Arts/Industry residency program at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan Wisconsin
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