Several years ago I discovered an old cigarette machine at the Whitney Museum that vends art, instead of cigarettes. It is in the gift shop and requires the purchase of a special token for $7.50 to use it. After pulling the knob, you receive an original piece of artwork the exact size of a package of cigarettes. These machines are located in arts institutions and museums throughout the country. Last year I submitted these small assemblages in solid color tones for consideration in the program. They were accepted and I became an official Art-o-mat artist! This is a photograph of the fifty finished pieces that went into the re-purposed machines all over the country. Each one was packaged in a box that was labeled "Object Lessons" by Penelope Cake. They are all sold out now, so I plan to make a whole new batch but I need more solid colored random pieces of junk to finish them. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!