206mh Untitled, Maggie Henton, laminated birch plywood, sandblasted perspex, acrylic paint, steel nuts & bolts, 14" x 11.875" x 5.375", 2002, $1,950
105mh Untitled, Maggie Henton, laminated birch plywood, sandblasted perspex, steel nuts and bolts, 14" x 16" x 7 1/4", 2001.(background), $1,950
1mh Double-Sided Folding Screen , Maggie Henton, interlaced birch plywood and wire, 59" x 80", 1996, $7,000
107mh Turning the Corner II, Maggie Henton, birch plywood, acrylic paint, stainless steel wire, 14" x 18.25" x 6.5", 2001, $1,900
Selected permanent collections:
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England; American Craft Museum, New York, New York; Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Art, Racine, Wisconsin; Ulster Museum, Ireland; Negenoord Maaspark, Belgium; Crafts Council, London, England; Contemporary Arts Society, England; Calderdale Museums, Halifax, England; Shipley Art Gallery, England; Leicester City Art Gallery.
9207mh Triangular Dish, Maggie Henton, dyed cane and copper wire, 3.75" x 19" x 19", 1992, $850
My work is concerned with rhythm, form and the interaction between layers of pattern. There are analogies to musical structures and architecture. My original training was in constructed textiles, followed by the study of basketry at the London College of Furniture. The sculptures I now construct reflect a marriage between the two disciplines.