Rothko painting potentially Yellowed
Museumpeace[ism?], the chair, doesn't really exist anymore. After years of just 'sitting' there, the glue dried out and the pieces started falling apart. There was a vague notion that I might use the disparate pieces for some future scuptural work, but I got tired of seeing the pieces taking up space in the garden shed, so one day [over two years ago] I packed the pieces into a black plastic trash bag and put the bag out on the curb with the rest of the week's trash.
The fate of Museumpeace was to never be a museum piece.
"Go in Museumpeace. And may Museumpeace be with you."

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