David Furman Trompe I’oeil


David Furman (b. 1945) After leaving his Los Angeles roots early in his career, he joined the booming New Mexico art scene. Specializing in the trompe l’oeil technique, David Furman utilized his clay as a method to create new realities by fooling the viewer into believing that they are the objects which they perceived. His work usually includes references to food, everyday working man’s tools, and, of course, cans artist tools as reference to his own profession.

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