30” x 40” x 3”
Mixed Media


My grandmother used to tell me that bad people always get their comeuppance. Despite the incoherent ranting and ramblings of our leaders on social media, constantly sowing discourse for their own personal gain, we are reminded that the swift wings of justice are never far away.

Attached is a rare broken piece of vintage neon from the illegal gambling days of Hot Springs, Arkansas where Robert Kennedy was trying to bring down the mob and dirty politicians frequented the mafia run brothels while visiting the small, mountainous town. An old “Independence Av” street sign from Washington D.C, and letters cut from an a metal sign from the 1950’s spelling ‘RANT.’ Finally, a heavy antique metal Eagle swooping in on top of the rest of the items signifying the arrival of justice.

Steel, fabric, paint, glass