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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 painting "Palette" acrylic paint
Acrylic paint, newspaper
65"h x 73"w x 6"d
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