Telegraph Poles in art #17

An Acadian Flycatcher (by William H. Majoros)
Mrs Clarkson, yesterday.

TPAS Agent #0893, Nick Clarkson, had his eye on this particular piece for some time. Waiting on just that moment when the furniture shop twigged this wasn't the next big-seller they'd imagined and dropped the price sufficiently for the tight-of-fist.

As the new owner of this spectacular all-metal "installation" measuring 82 x 46 cm Nick tells us how its presence on his living room wall gives him so much pleasure, whilst at the same time having a bizzare effect on his missus - insomuch as she has taken to dressing as an Acadian Flycatcher and runs around the lawn. I'll leave those who know Agent #0893 to ask for clarification on that one.

Nick was concerned that he may have over-egged it when he first wrote to describe this thing that hangs upon his wall. No need to worry there old chap. Telegraph pole related objects, particularly d'art, can never be over-egged in my opinion.

An all-metal wall art featuring birds on a telegraph wires with a pole.