Posts Tagged Wall Art

Coriolis

Coriolis

In the emerging stages, my first cast glass wall sculpture was a whole new process for me. In wood, a wall sculpture is a familiar and enjoyable form. Yet, at first, it felt “weird” in wax. I had to become acclimated all over again to designing without the wood grain. There seemed now to be no point of beginning.

Coriolis| 1′-3″ h, 2′-6″ w, 1-1/4″ deep | Kiln cast crystal | Pale Cobalt Blue | Inquire

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Trapeze

Trapeze

Trapeze : Designing Trapeze was as much presenting Nature’s inherent beauty as it was my melding with it. Hanging as a wall sculpture, the piece is oriented as the trees stood, lower trunk at bottom, upper limbs spreading at top.

Trapeze | 18″h, 14″w, 3″d | Crotch Burl Walnut | Wall Sculpture | Inquire.

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Vanilla Sky

Vanilla Sky

Vanilla Sky : The color variations in this piece of Maccacuba wood are naturally occurring. I like the effect and think it is worth pursing in the future.

Vanilla Sky | 1′-0″ h, 2′-7″ w, 1″ d | Maccacuba | Inquire.

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Cross Current

Cross Current

Cross Current : Incorporating natural elements into my work is one of my favorite experiences. Most of the light colored segments are raised slightly from the darker background.

Cross Current | 1′-2″ h, 3′-0″ w, 1″ d | Chechen | Inquire.

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Wave Length

Wave Length

Wave Length : Ordinarily my work is done in complete isolation. Now, all of a sudden, I was setting up a temporary studio in a corner of a custom furniture company in a foreign country.

Wave Length | 2′-2″ h, 4′-3″ w | Swiss Walnut | Wall Sculpture | Inquire.

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Untitled 01-03

Untitled 01-03

Untitled 01-03 : Chechen is an exotic, South American hardwood, but this tree was grown on a tree plantation in Brazil.

Untitled 01-03 | 2′-1″ h, 1′-1″ w, 1″ d | Chechen | Inquire.

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Flug Ober Muotatal

Flug Ober Muotatal

Flug Ober Muotatal : The negative space nearly equals the positive. My intention was to give an overall sense of flight, using the upswept delta, as if a bird was standing with its wings raised upward.

Flug Ober Muotatal | 3′-10″ h, 3′-3″ w | Swiss Cherry | Wall Sculpture | Inquire.

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Wind Drift

Wind Drift

Negative strength My aim with Wind Drift was to limit size and, therefore, the amount of action. I wanted to concentrate on a smaller space and intensify the visual impact of only a few innate natural elements. Other Collected Wood Sculptures Wood Sculpture Tags [showtagcloud  category_id=”37,38,94″]   Who else would like this?

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Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now : I was experimenting, working with making the negative space greater than the positive. It was also my first venture into a two-sided work

Both Sides Now | 2′-3″ h, 9″ w, 1″ d | Goncola Alves | Two-sided Wall Sculpture | Inquire.

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Escher Tide

Escher Tide

Escher Tide : This wall sculpture is named in his honor and sculpted with the intention of capturing the essence of Escher’s work in three dimensions. Have fun with it!

Escher Tide | 2’-4” h, 1’-0” w, 2” diameter | Sisso | SOLD

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Confluence

Confluence

Confluence : This wall sculpture was my first attempt at creating a three dimensional piece of art depicting my instinctive design pattern.

Confluence | 2′-2″ h, 4′-5″ w | Teak | In the private collection of Harry Pollitt

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Georgia

Georgia

Georgia : Initially, I saw this work as a tabletop sculpture and the association with the desert art period of animal skulls and bones came later.

Georgia | 2′-2″ h, 1′-8″ w, 8″ d | Red Oak Burl | Table Sculpture (as shown), Wall sculpture (Vertical) | Inquire.

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Contacting Harry

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Collectors

Whether you are an avid collector of glass or wood ... or just love sculpture, I am pleased you are here. I invite your reactions to and impressions of my work. And, if a piece calls to you, please be in touch.

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