"Urban Aquatic"
       
     
"Mary"
       
     
"Culture"
       
     
"Aquatic Floral Blue"
       
     
"Trans Urban"
       
     
"Revealed Secret"
       
     
"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (Cephalic Index)
       
     
"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (detail)
       
     
"Digital Aquatic"
       
     
“Instrumentalist II”
       
     
"Cosmic Pillar"
       
     
"Venus Valve"
       
     
“Communion”
       
     
"Dark Skin Virgin"
       
     
"Executive Fruit"
       
     
"Grande Old Lady"
       
     
"Culture Clash"
       
     
“Instrumentalist I”
       
     
"Domestic vs Nature"
       
     
"Koi Carp"
       
     
"Waiting for Eve"
       
     
"Artist's Smock"
       
     
"Urban Aquatic"
       
     
"Urban Aquatic"

Mixed Mediums on Canvas

9” x 12” x 4” (3 Dimensional)

Glass / Steel / Wire / Plastic / Fiber / Porcelain / Aluminum

Embedded in Poured paint and expoxy with Vintage Lure

and Watch & Fishing Lures & Green Board

"Mary"
       
     
"Mary"

Mary with Halo

Mounted on Tail Bone of Animal

Glass flower and Swarovski Crystals, Shell, Aluminum

5.5” x 5.5” x 3”

"Culture"
       
     
"Culture"

12.5” x 9.5” x 6”

Kitchen implement, heat sink, vintage G.I. Joe action figure, wood, metal. Handpainted and 24 carat gold leaf. A war machine.

"Aquatic Floral Blue"
       
     
"Aquatic Floral Blue"

7” x 3” x 3”

Miniature Aquatic Floral Sculpture

Shells / Vintage Brooch / White Board / Swarovski Crystals

Coral / Plastic / Porcelain / Steel.

"Trans Urban"
       
     
"Trans Urban"

5.” 5 x 7” x 2”

A landscape of embedded transistors and diodes form urban-like composition submerged in an earthy ochre-blue topography. Battery-operated fiber optics = femininity within the otherwise masculine canvas.

"Revealed Secret"
       
     
"Revealed Secret"

9.6” x 8.5 “x 8”

A floral composition, text collage, fan on copper transformer. Vintage jewelry, glass, copper on rusted steel base. Symbolic of ‘plant sexuality’ defined by Christian Sprengel.

"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (Cephalic Index)
       
     
"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (Cephalic Index)

6.5” x 3” x 4”

Beaver skull with Swarovski Crystals and 24 carat gold leaf. Shell cluster with 24 carat gold leaf and Swarovski Crystal ‘pearls’.

"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (detail)
       
     
"Aquatic Cluster Skull" (detail)

Detail of shell cluster with Swarovski Crystals and 24 carat gold leaf

"Digital Aquatic"
       
     
"Digital Aquatic"

6.5” x 3” x 2”’

Sea shell with vintage jewelry. Greenboard with Swarovski Crystals. Steel base with glass floral. Copper appendages with glass beads.

“Instrumentalist II”
       
     
“Instrumentalist II”

Found Object Assembly:

18” x 8.5” x 7”

A ‘musician’ with copper and aluminum cranium, caresses a copper harp. Rusted finger-like shapes pluck coils spring. Mounted on land-line phone base with glass bulb and aluminum.

"Cosmic Pillar"
       
     
"Cosmic Pillar"

6.5” x 4”x 4.6”

Western Electric vacuum tube, brass cooling chamber form simple composition. Priapus, god of fertility, symbolic of good health.


"Venus Valve"
       
     
"Venus Valve"

6” x 2” x 2

Veneridae with vintage brooch and embedded Swarovski Crystals mounted on metal. Copper tentacles with glass beads.

“Communion”
       
     
“Communion”

10.7” x 2.5” x 1.5”

Found Object Assembly:

A floral composition and cordless communication object. Swarovski crystals, Manhattan jewelry. Symbolic of kind, warm and friendly communication.

"Dark Skin Virgin"
       
     
"Dark Skin Virgin"

8.5” x 5.5” x 4”

A curious angelic figure (femme fatale), ‘wings’, accessories of red material, jewelry and feathers—‘pregnant with the word’. Bible and Greek archetypes: Eve, Delilah, Salome, Lilith, Ishtar, and Cleopatra. “Femme fatale is alluring and seductive—ensnares her lovers in bonds of desire; compromising and dangerous...sexually alluring virgin who hypnotizes her male victims. Collection: Suzi Gablik.

"Executive Fruit"
       
     
"Executive Fruit"

10.6 x 7.2” x 4”

Silver / Aluminum / Glass / Steel / Copper / Porcelain

Floral composition, silver fork on canvas; heat-sinks, copper, glass, and solder. Thesaurus analogies symbolize political or religious executive order or structure.

Sold

"Grande Old Lady"
       
     
"Grande Old Lady"

6” x 4” x 2.5”

Aka: Mother of Venus. A figurative and grand floral composition of fertility charms. Mollusks with bread board encrusted with Swarovski Crystals and vintage jewelry.

"Culture Clash"
       
     
"Culture Clash"

4.2” x 4” x 4”

Cultures clash (East vs West) symbolically in a board game of modern values. Two action figures on a wooden base and adorned with a Y2K Intel Pentium chip, electronics and Swarovski lead crystals. Wood, gold, plastic, fabric, brass, feather, copper.

Available.

“Instrumentalist I”
       
     
“Instrumentalist I”

24.5” x 14.5” x 9”

A ‘musician’ with instrument. Figurative wall hanging sculpture playing instrument. Metal torso, wooden head, aluminum instrument. Metal, copper, glass and porcelain.

Available

"Domestic vs Nature"
       
     
"Domestic vs Nature"

9” x 9”x 5”

Felines (domesticate) action figures circle and stalk a dead song bird (nature). Plastic, rusted metal, paper, feather, clay.

"Koi Carp"
       
     
"Koi Carp"

Mixed media on clay board.

14” x 11”

Asian composition with motifs and iconic symbolism of the far east. Authenitic butterfly, 24 carat gold leaf & collage.

Collection: Hong Kong

"Waiting for Eve"
       
     
"Waiting for Eve"

Mixed media and medium on canvas:

48” x 36” 8” (3D)

Figurative sculpture embedded into canvas. Genuine butterfly, metal rod, wooden block all form a triangulated composition of the Trinity. Swarovskit Crystal and sea shell and copper. Adam patiently waits for Eve while admiring her image in hand.

"Artist's Smock"
       
     
"Artist's Smock"

40” x 44” x 4”

Studio lab coat used by Harkrader at Studios on the Square, 2004-2007. Spills and smudges, then hand painted. Leather-paper collage. Afterwords Cafe, Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC, breakfast place of the Harkrader’s when visiting Connecticut Ave gallery rep.