The Fish Clock

By Scott Freeman

Most of my 3D work is “found object” sculpture. I love turning cool, old stuff into
something new. This piece is quite personal. The eye of the fish is a doorknob from
our old house in Kansas City – the first house that Mollie and I owned. The lips are
from an old corroded toilet seat that I found in the crawl space. The verse was
written by my son, Lee, when he was six years old. It says, “Hours are big.
Minutes are small. Seconds are hardly anything at all.”