This wallpiece is an exercise in simple geometric composition, being a broken rectangular form reminiscent of a fault line, with a gemlike inclusion. The main body color is a three-layer patina we call "white ochre," with a depth and variegation reminiscent of Brazilian soapstone, while the smaller inclusion piece is a two-layer dark green patina with fine random traceries of engraving through to the brass beneath.
David and Reed's low-relief abstract wallpieces are one-of-a-kind, timeless designs. They are durable, and have a strong sculptural presence, freeing your wall space from the tyranny of the rectangular frame. The pieces are lighter in weight than they appear, and can be hung on any sort of wall. Like most of our pieces, this one can be hung at any angle for different effects.
This piece measures 12 by 28 inches, and is 2.5 inches deep at its deepest point. It can be hung out of doors in a protected location, though the colors may change over time in the weather. Indoors it should be stable for a lifetime.
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