Terry Hooley Abstract Art
Terry Hooley     Abstract Art

'In a World of Magnets and Miracles'

This sculpture, called 'In a World of Magnets and Miracles' was created from antiques and vintage items (she is called 'Miracle' for short).

It was inspired by a line on the track 'High Hopes' from the 'Division Bell' album, by Pink Floyd. 

It is a brilliant piece of music both instrumentally and lyrically. It really does get you thinking of when we were young and everything seemed magical, with endless possibilities, and creating machines like 'Miracle' to help in our world would be so easy. 

1950''s doll arm with 'hydrolic' pipe work coming from the brass connectors 

Victorian Brass Castor wheel and 1930''s white porcelain winged electrical insulator 

'Miracle' was created from many Antique and Vintage pieces

1860's Victorian, beautifully patinated, composite doll head

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