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Concrete Face #1 – Dave Begotka
Mixed media art by Dave Begotka – concrete, stainless steel, acid stain, & acrylic paint
Dave shapes concrete with his hands and a spoon.
The eyes, nose, and mouth are polished stainless steel pieces cut and shaped by him.
The concrete is acid-stained and painted with acrylic.
For hanging, there’s a steel wire embedded in the back.
It is HEAVY since it’s made from concrete. It requires a sturdy mounting method.
Dimensions: 12.5″ high, 5.5″ wide, about 2.5″ depth
Goat Skull #2 – Sandra Begotka
Painted Goat Skull – by Sandra Begotka
Skull comes with a mounting board OR it can be displayed separately from the board. Both the board & the skull have copper wire hangers.
Dimensions: approximately 22″x11.5″x7″
Real Goat Skull – found in Mills County, Texas – weathered by the elements
Acrylic Paints & Sealant
Red Oak – salvaged from a bench that was inside the Richland Mall in Waco, TX
Stones collected in Baja California Sur, Mexico
Salvaged Pine Plywood – from a house I helped disassemble in central Texas
White Tail Deer Skull #2 – Sandra Begotka
Skunk Skull – Sandra Begotka
Painted Skunk Skull – Sandra Begotka
Concrete Face Sculpture #2 – Dave Begotka
Mixed media- Concrete, Acid Stain, Powder Coated Steel, Acrylic Paint.
Has a steel wire loop embedded into the back for hanging. It weighs 16 pounds & requires a sturdy method for hanging.
Suitable for indoor display or outside in a protected/covered area.
Dimensions are approximately: 13″tall x 10.75″ wide x 4″ deep
Donkita on Crushed Metal Spray Can
Donkey painted on a crushed, flattened metal spray can – by Sandra Begotka
Has copper wire hanger – ready for your wall.
Inspired by Donkita…a mini donkey who lives in a pasture next door to my property. I found the crushed spray can on a gravel road that runs along side her pasture.
Can is (metal – steel) – painted with Acrylic & Sealed.
size – about 7.5″ x 3.25″
Painted Goat Skull #1 – Sandra Begotka
Goat Skull – Sandra Begotka
Coyote Skull #1 – Sandra Begotka
Real Skull – Found – Painted with Acrylics
Ogre Bass, homemade instrument – Dave Begotka
OGRE BASS – homemade instrument by Dave Begotka
This is a functional instrument that Dave made using a variety of parts he had lying around in his workshop. He also made the bow that goes with it. You can view a video of this instrument HERE.
- Parts of a 55-gallon drum and welded together
- Pecan wood from a tree on his property in Texas
- Motorcycle parts
- Canvas reinforced phenolic
- Carbon Fiber
- Threaded rod
- An assortment of hardware (nuts and bolts, etc)
- Real bass strings
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