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Product description: For people that collect fine art and/or sports-themed items, or just enjoy the game of baseball, this unique clay sculpture will become a center of interest in whatever indoor space you choose. The baseball player's position and gesture capture the feel of the game, and the generic uniform allows the viewers to appreciate the figurative sculpture aspect rather than allegiance to a particular team. All of Joe Rohrman's clay people are one-of-a-kind, and appeal to a wide audience. The remarkable detail in the clay craftsmanship and glaze or stain application clearly shows the amount of the time, effort, skill and artistic talent involved in creating his three-dimensional artwork. He's an award-winning midwest artist who participates in regional and national juried exhibitions, shows in gallery exhibits, and whose work is included in private, corporate, and public collections across the U.S. This off-the-wall wall-hanging sculpture is crafted with low-fire and stoneware clays, and stained with acrylics.
 
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$500.00 USD

Off the Wall

Pottery by Joe Rohrman

  • Shipping: $50.00
  • Product ID#: 1312
  • Dimensions: 10" width x14" height x4" depth
  • Weight: 4 lbs
  • Materials: Clay, Acrylic
  • Colors: Blue, Red, White

Artwork Description: For people that collect fine art and/or sports-themed items, or just
enjoy the game of baseball, this unique clay sculpture will become a
center of interest in whatever indoor space you choose. The baseball
player's position and gesture capture the feel of the game, and the
generic uniform allows the viewers ...
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Born in Indianapolis, now living in Noblesville. Holds a bachelor's and master's from Herron School of Art. Taught art in public schools for 30 years. He’s an award-winning midwest artist who participates in regional and national juried exhibitions, shows in gallery exhibits, and whose work is included in private, corporate, and public collections across the U.S. read more