Louise Nevelson's environmental sculptures demonstrate hospitality in her choice of materials. She worked with found objects, what others might even call junk-furniture factory waste, chair legs, discarded duck decoys, lettuce crates, toilet seats, milk boxes. Her best known pieces are large sculptural walls, such as the Sky Cathedrals, consisting of assemblages of boxes filled with wooden ornaments and these found objects.

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