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Product description: "The ol' luck of the Irish.. you've got it. Good things just seem to come your way. Or so they think. You smile to yourself. Because as you know, the really lucky people make their own luck. They may shake their heads in disbelief when more good news smiles upon you, but you know you are just getting what you've earned. It takes a lot of work to be as lucky as you. Well, let them think what they want. That's why green is your color. The color of luck. True luck, earned fair and square. That's why ""Reflective Scape"" is the piece for you. Let the luck keep coming. " Please Note: Although we do have a gallery in Cincinnati with 30-50 designs available at any given time, many of our pieces are "Made to Order" so you are getting a brand new, hand-crafted piece, and customization requests are welcomed. Depending on the complexity of the design and Nicholas's production schedule, this may take about 6-12 weeks during most of the year, and about 8-16 weeks during his show/exhibition season (January thru April.) Please contact us if you would like to know which pieces we have in stock in the gallery at any given time, for more immediate delivery. Thank you!
 
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Reflective Scape - Abstract Artwork by Nicholas Yust

Metal Workings by Modern Crowd

  • Shipping: Shipping Included Anywhere
  • Product ID#: 197942
  • Dimensions: 22" width x22" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 12 lbs.
  • Materials: Metal, Acrylic
  • Colors: Green

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"The ol' luck of the Irish.. you've got it. Good things just seem to come your way. Or so they think. You smile to yourself. Because as you know, the really lucky people make their own luck. They may shake their heads in disbelief when more good news smiles upon ...



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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