Classic sci-fi comic book bad-ass, Jane Starr, defended the Galaxy with her robot sidekick, Mr. Goodwin, and an awesome ray gun, the FLP-44m. This is 1:4 scale model made of metal and wood and plastic. An illustration from the original box is mounted on the face of the metal display stand.
Jane Starr comics and toys are exceeding rare, and this is the only example of this model I have found anywhere. Priceless to a Jane Starr collector (worth about $175 to anyone else)!
This piece will be on display at Argyle Fine Art in Halifax, NS as part of the Preshrunk 2021 Art Show.
To The Moon and Back will be showing from June 23 to July 21, 2019, at ARTsPLACE in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. This is a group show featuring myself along with artists Rhonda Barret, Ted Lind, Geoff Butler, Don Pentz, Rion Microys, Martha Little, Sharon Kennedy, Bonnie Baker, Ray Mackie, Julia Redgrave, Lauren Soloy, Eva McCauley, Amy Rubin Flett, and Sally O’Grady. There will also be space memorabilia on display.
I’ll be showing a few pieces along with a new found object ray gun, TS-8445, a.k.a “SIOUX”. This piece was a long time in the making, but I finally found the right parts to finish it. I was especially surprised how quickly I found parts to make the perfect disply stand for this piece!