Stewart & Susan Webb


"It's not only what it is, but what it was". The evolution of electronics and aerospace are unfolded and remade by both Stewart and Susan Webb. Over the course of 36 years, their combined backgrounds in electronics, physics, psychology and art history have allowed them to blend the spectrum of all these philosophies into an art form. They call this art form "technomontage" -- the eclectic fusion of art and technology. This new formation becomes a beautiful wearable art and a wide variety of clocks, sculptures and one of a kind objects. Stewart and Susan strive to make the unseen visible, to display the inner beauty of items rarely seen. They take you on a journey across time, through the early 1940's to current technology. All this is done in an artistic format. They strive to be Eco-friendly and take great effort to be as close as possible to 100 percent "green".

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