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The Bather concrete plaque by Jill Gibson The Bather concrete plaque by Jill Gibson
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Product description: Cast Stone plaque of a woman renewing herself in the waters of life. Water is life's mater and matrix, mother and medium. It measures 22" x 12" There is no life without water. This plaque comes with a strong wire on back for hanging. The Gibson Artworks Collection is an original, contemporary line of cast stone sculpture. All works are individually cast, sealed, signed, and hand finished with a patina, which renders each a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of lasting value. This plaque comes with a wire on the back for hanging. It can be hung indoor or outdoor and will hold up in most weather conditions, including snow.
 
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$164.00 USD

The Bather concrete plaque by Jill Gibson

Sculpture by Gibson Artworks

  • Shipping: $30.00
  • Product ID#: 211946
  • Dimensions: 12" width x22" height x3.5" depth
  • Weight: 16 lbs
  • Materials: Stone
  • Subject: Animal, Floral, Inspirational, Landscape, Nature, People, Places, Seascape
  • Style: Contemporary, Decorative, Modern, Realism

Artwork Description: Cast Stone plaque of a woman renewing herself in the waters of life. Water is life's mater and matrix, mother and medium. It measures 22" x 12" There is no life without water. This plaque comes with a strong wire on back for hanging. The Gibson Artworks Collection is an original, contemporary line of cast stone sculpture. All works are individually cast, sealed, signed, and hand finished with a patina, which renders each a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of lasting value. This plaque comes with a wire on the back for hanging. It can be hung indoor or outdoor and will hold up in most weather conditions, including snow.

A native of California, Jill has a background in music, painting, sculpture, and photography. In her early years she played, wrote and sang music with bands in the 60’s, and became staff photographer for the International Monterey Pop Festival, distinguishing herself as a fine photographer. Although she had been painting during these years, she expanded her visual arts study at UCLA taking Metal Sculpture with early environmental artist Lloyd Hamrol. She continued to study painting on scholarship at The Art Student's League in New York with Frank Mason, a master of classical...read more