My mini mosaic chair is traveling to Ohio with the Texas Chair Project and has a brief mention in paper.
Quoted from the Columbus Dispatch, full article link below.
Picture/Chair shown "Monologue by Stephen Daly
"For "The Texas Chair Project," Damian Priour sent miniature plaster chairs to dozens of fellow Texas artists with a request to return the favor and a rule that the artists reuse his 8-inch-cubed shipping box.
Eighty responded. Some delivered charming works that are little but otherwise functional - such as Holli Brown's sturdy tiled mosaic throne, Continuum; and William Canning's Small Comfort, in which coated steel creates a remarkable simulation of inflatable plastic.
Artists such as David Deming, placing a rickety chair on the back of a painted steel dog, exploited the small size by throwing practicality to the wind. Spikes or other damaging accessories formed elements of chairs by Sharon Kopriva; Eric McGehearty; and David Hesser, creator of the gorgeously dangerousAttack Chair."