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Equally shelter and storm, the formal structure of Storm Shelter is based on a bungalow designed by modernist architect Rudolph Schindler. Made from oil and acrylic paint on joined canvases, cast toy animals flow up the "Ark's" ramp and merge into a tornado spiraling beneath a placid flat roof. Part encrusted skeeball game and makeshift homeless shelter, Storm Shelter was featured in "LA: Post-Cool" curated by Michael Duncan at the San Jose Museum of Art.

Palette is a relief composed entirely of acrylic paint molds with newsprint stuffing.

Keith Sklar artist  "Storm Shelter" Sculpture  based on rudolph schindler architecture oil paint and acrylic paint on canvasses
Oil and acrylic, thread, on multiple canvases
84"h x 67"w x 85"d
2003
Keith Sklar artist painting "Palette" acrylic paint
Acrylic paint, newspaper
65"h x 73"w x 6"d
2002