Highback Lowboy Roller

This Chair was made from a discarded 275 gallon home heating oil tank and a 1938 Ford pickup truck hood...with a few other up-cycled parts for good measure...

This Chair was made from a discarded 275 gallon home heating oil tank and a 1938 Ford pickup truck hood…with a few other up-cycled parts for good measure…

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In 2012 Stevenson finished his “High Back Low Boy Roller” chair using the hood of a 1938 Ford pickup truck and metal from a 275 gallon home heating tank. A masterpiece that demonstrates his unique vision and ingenuity in achieving usable art. His mixed media artworks are based on inspiring situations: visions that reflect a sensation of rugged individualism and an uncompromising focus on demonstrating good-old fashioned and unbridled strength. By taking daily life as subject matter while commenting on the everyday aesthetic of American values, he tries to develop forms that do not always follow logical criteria, but are based only on subjective associations and workable parallels, which lead the viewer to make new personal associations. Usefulness is never a static matter to Stevenson as everyday objects undergo a journey towards beauty that can sometimes take months and even years to reach their destiny.