Window and door restorer Dan Farrell of Lost Cities Restorations created his house model Guitar House (pictured above) entirely with window and door materials.
Farrell is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Window and door restorer Dan Farrell of Lost Cities Restorations created his house model Guitar House (pictured above) entirely with window and door materials.

Farrell is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Flooring expert Joaquin Aristizabal of Amecol Construction created his house model No Tools (pictured above) entirely with flooring materials.
Aristizabal is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Flooring expert Joaquin Aristizabal of Amecol Construction created his house model No Tools (pictured above) entirely with flooring materials.

Aristizabal is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Weatherization specialist Khallidah McQueen of Quality First created her untitled house model (pictured above) entirely with weatherization materials.
McQueen is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Weatherization specialist Khallidah McQueen of Quality First created her untitled house model (pictured above) entirely with weatherization materials.

McQueen is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Plumber Jamillah Green of United Mechanical Contracting created her house model Where The Foreman Lives (pictured above) entirely with plumbing materials.
Green is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Plumber Jamillah Green of United Mechanical Contracting created her house model Where The Foreman Lives (pictured above) entirely with plumbing materials.

Green is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Mason Dave Hill of Bricks, Sticks & Stones created his house model Through a Block Darkly (pictured above) entirely with masonry materials.
Hill is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Mason Dave Hill of Bricks, Sticks & Stones created his house model Through a Block Darkly (pictured above) entirely with masonry materials.

Hill is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Father and son electricians Peter and Al Szalay of A&B Light, Heat & Power created their house model Wire Ways (pictured above) entirely with electrical materials, along with Peter’s young daughter.
The Szalays are part of a group of collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Father and son electricians Peter and Al Szalay of A&B Light, Heat & Power created their house model Wire Ways (pictured above) entirely with electrical materials, along with Peter’s young daughter.

The Szalays are part of a group of collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Painter Joe Galvin of Home Restoration Painting created his house model At Home with Painting (pictured above) entirely with painting materials. 
Galvin is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.
Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.

Painter Joe Galvin of Home Restoration Painting created his house model At Home with Painting (pictured above) entirely with painting materials.

Galvin is one of eight collaborating tradespeople whose sculptures are incorporated into Albright-Knox Artist in Residence Dennis Maher’s House of Collective Repair, on view through May 12, 2013.

Photograph by Kathryn Hobert.