Sponsored by: Pittsburgh Business Times
Charity: Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Fossil Location: Andy Warhol Museum parking lot, E. General Robinson St. at Sandusky, North Shore

Auction Lot: Purchased by sponsor—not available for auction

 
 

I Want YouAbout the Design
The Andy Warhol Museum played host to a dinosaur by Burton Morris, the pop artist most often compared to Warhol. The two artists may differ and style and technique, but they share a similar sense of color and impact. Like Warhol, Morris embraces a vision of portraying familiar imagery in a new way.

The Statue of Liberty, one of the most famous American icons, reaches new heights in this DinoMite Days dinosaur. This Lady Liberty Stegosaurus has clout. The Pittsburgh Business Times sponsored its creation and is working to ensure that the piece stays here in Pittsburgh. Burton Morris paintings are exhibited in the permanent collections of the International Olympic Museum, the Carter Center, Warner Brothers Studios, Gallo Winery and the Microsoft Corporation. His artwork has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities around the glI've been adopted!obe.

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