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Tom Pergola, "Future Fossil: Morning Stuff" Original Mixed Media Sculpture Mounted on Wood, Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity.
Item #243001

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Dimensions
18 x 18
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"Future Fossil: Morning Stuff" is an original mixed media sculpture by Tom Pergola, hand signed by the artist. This piece comes mounted on wood. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 18" (diameter) x 4" (depth).
 
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A New Jersey native now residing in Los Angeles Ca., Tom Pergola is one of the most prolific artists on the fine art scene today. Known mostly for his “Assemblage Plastiques”, his styles vary from acrylics on canvas to exploding refrigerators, frozen clothes lines and more.

Pergola has exhibited in some of the most prestigious fine art galleries in the country including Beverly Hills Ca., Miami Fl., Las Vegas NV., Boca Ratan Fl., Los Angeles Ca., New York City, and The Los Angeles Museum of Art to name a few. His works have been featured on such television shows as Home and Garden TV as well as various TV interviews.

Some of his collectors include Carol Burnett, Robert De Niro, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Demi Moore, Sylvester Stallone, Howard Stern, Sharon Stone, Bruce Willis and many more. “I’ve worked in many different mediums and have created and sold thousands of my works in my career and have been fortunate to bring much joy to so many collectors” says Pergola.

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