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 Framed Print featuring the mixed media Narcissistic Cockroaches by Roger Swezey


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8.00" x 6.50"

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13.50" x 12.00"


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Narcissistic Cockroaches Framed Print

Roger Swezey

by Roger Swezey


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Narcissistic Cockroaches framed print by Roger Swezey.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Atlantic Ribbed Mussel shells were used as the body of the roach. Epoxy feathered wire created the legs as well as the antennae. The ten roaches are... more

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Comments (4)

Nikolyn McDonald

Nikolyn McDonald

The often macabre whimsy in so many of your sculptures is fascinating. What an imagination - and artistic eye! - you have.

Lucia Waterson

Lucia Waterson

They look so real and I'm a bit scared!! You are very talented!

Peter Piatt

Peter Piatt

Love how the anteni's intertwine. Could be a clock also?

Artist's Description

Atlantic Ribbed Mussel shells were used as the body of the roach. Epoxy "feathered" wire created the legs as well as the antennae. The ten roaches are glued around a mirror set in a sealed shadow box

About Roger Swezey

Roger Swezey

The first half of my eighty plus years were spent in the field of architecture working on the design and construction of some of the more notable structures in this country. A prime example would be the Metropolitan Opera House. In the mid-seventies I changed my life's course, by devoting it to my first love- Sculpture. Initially my work was only on one topic. That being vultures. All the pieces were made from personally scavenged natural matter. I felt a kinship to these birds, taking scavenged matter and creating the likeness of the greatest scavenger of them all-THE VULTURE Throughout the subsequent years I 've...



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