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Midcentury Modern Starburst Clock 'Green Hand Maple/Gray RF Atomic' Colorful Wood/Acrylic Contemporary Sunburst Wall Clock - Inspired by George Nelson Midcentury Modern Starburst Clock
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Product description: Artist: Nicholas & Adam Title: Green Hand Maple & Gray RF Atomic Clock Size: 23"W x 23"H x 1"D Style: Starburst Clock / Sunburst Clock / Midcentury Modern Clock / Contemporary Clock / Abstract Clock Materials: Wood (maple) with painted acrylic face Colors: Natural wood, gray, and colorful hands (red, orange, grey, green, blue or white) Our metal artist and wood artist put their heads together to come up with this innovative, eye-catching clock. Inspired by the famous "George Nelson Clock" of the 1940's, 1950's and 1960's, the RF Atomic is a midcentury-modern style starburst wall clock. The clock body is a dual-layer construction, incorporating a wooden back layer and acrylic front layer, with colored clock hands as a unique accent. Tips are very slightly clipped to reduce fragility and soften the point. Note: Body is also available in a dark Walnut wood, and/or a white clock face.
 
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Midcentury Modern Starburst Clock 'Green Hand Maple/Gray RF Atomic' Colorful Wood/Acrylic Contemporary Sunburst Wall Clock - Inspired by George Nelson

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  • Shipping: $19.00
  • Product ID#: 206001
  • Dimensions: 23" width x23" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 4
  • Materials: Wood, Acrylic, Acrylic, Other Materials
  • Colors: Green

Artwork Description: Artist: Nicholas & Adam
Title: Green Hand Maple & Gray RF Atomic Clock
Size: 23"W x 23"H x 1"D
Style: Starburst Clock / Sunburst Clock / Midcentury Modern Clock / Contemporary Clock / Abstract Clock
Materials: Wood (maple) with painted acrylic face
Colors: Natural wood, gray, and colorful hands (red, orange, ...
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Contemporary Metal Artist namely cutting, bending and grinding patterns. Early Days as a Metal Artist - Shortly after this initial experimentation Nicholas built a custom triptych of ultra-modern heavily ground aluminum panels as a decorative display in his own home. His friends and relatives marveled at the minimalist appearance and uniqueness of the metal display. In his spare time he built several more wall hanging modern metal sculptures, which eventually led to the development of his present artistic abilities. As he continued to create wall sculptures he also experimented with free-standing sculptures...read more