In downtown Greensboro, there is a shop called ‘Alabama Home Respiratory’ – and these two vignettes make up their window display:
There will be a window filled with wooden critters sculpted by Clyde Jones (including a pink horse and a turquoise dog), another filled with Devon Smith’s robot family (including a robot dog). There will be a display of the jaw-droppingly intricate line drawings of Ted Gordon, whose faces are drawn without pen ever leaving paper, and a window devoted to the “Aliens vs. Angels” chess set crafted by Lyle Estill.
“I think this exhibit will be a delight that is very tasty in the palate of New Yorkers,” says Rebecca Hoffberger, AVAM’s founder and director, who will be in New York for the display’s opening on Friday. While acknowledging that New Yorkers are “a tough bunch to impress,” Hoffberger has no doubt they’ll like what they see staring back at them from the Bergdorf Goodman windows.
I looked on Flickr to see if anyone had put pictures up yet of the new displays and found this one.