#TryThis Assemblage Pencil Holder

Louise Nevelson, (Kiev, Russia, 1899–1988, New York), The Fugue, 1985, Painted wood, 49 3/4 in. x 39 in. x 9 in. (126.37 cm x 99.06 cm x 22.86 cm), Gift of the American Art Foundation in memory of Louis S. Myers
  1. For this project, you can use any base you have around the house ranging from a piece of a pool noodle to an old can.

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