Twenty-six imaginative ship sculptures sail into the Boise Art Museum.
Artist John Taylor married parts from an old computer printer to a four-foot timber to create a ghostly reimagining of the fuel ship USS Cyclops, which sank 90 years ago. Twentysix of his works—made of objects such as earrings and coat hangers—are at the Boise Art Museum through May 25. (208) 345-8330, www.boiseartmuseum.org.
Photography courtesy Heather Taylor
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