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Patterns in Motion - a Mobile Sculpture Patterns in Motion - a Mobile Sculpture
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Product description: This mobile sculpture is about soothing moving patterns. While the mobile is rotating, positive and negative spaces are constantly changing and morphing into a continuous variety of viewing. Watching the changing patterns provides a soothing, quieting experience. The mobile is constructed from polymer clay covering cardboard, wire, and fibers. The wrapping fibers are hand crocheted from silk, cotton, and metallic threads. This is the perfect artwork for a physician's, attorney's, or dentist's office - it provides a deeply soothing distraction from the viewer's current thoughts and worries. A complete description of the making of this mobile may be viewed at: www.edamasonsculptures.com/the-making-of-a-mobile-sculpture. Display Suggestions: Hang from a ceiling hook in an area that gets a gentle breeze, far enough away from walls to rotate freely. or Hang from a battery-operated or electric rotating motor. Look under "Ceiling Rotating Motors" on the Internet for suppliers.
 
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$950.00 USD

Patterns in Motion - a Mobile Sculpture

by Eda Mason Sculptures

  • Shipping: $50.00
  • Product ID#: 12648
  • Dimensions: 8"" width x18"" height x7"" depth
  • Weight: .8 oz
  • Materials: Polymer, Clay, Textile
  • Colors: Brown, Yellow

Artwork Description: This mobile sculpture is about soothing moving patterns. While the mobile is rotating, positive and negative spaces are constantly changing and morphing into a continuous variety of viewing. Watching the changing patterns provides a soothing, quieting experience.

The mobile is constructed from polymer clay covering cardboard, wire, and fibers. The wrapping fibers are hand crocheted from silk, cotton, and metallic threads.

This is the perfect artwork for a physician's, attorney's, or dentist's office - it provides a deeply soothing distraction from the viewer's current thoughts and worries.

A complete description of the making of this mobile may be viewed at: www.edamasonsculptures.com/the-making-of-a-mobile-sculpture.

Display Suggestions:
Hang from a ceiling hook in an area that gets a gentle breeze, far enough away from walls to rotate freely.
or
Hang from a battery-operated or electric rotating motor. Look under "Ceiling Rotating Motors" on the Internet for suppliers.

I studied fine arts at New York's Music and Art High School, going on to Goddard College in Vermont, then Denver University, where I received my BA in philosophy (Phi Beta Kappa) and MA in librarianship. Several years were devoted to library work (Associate Director of the University of Denver libraries); then five years' travel around the US and Canada. Although I was not able to devote as much time to my art as I would have liked for several years, I never stopped working at it. Along the way I have been a...read more