String Theorem - a Mobile Sculptureartsyhome.com: Product
$1000.00In stock
Product description:As it revolves, this mobile provides glimpses of an internal network of needle weavings through several openings into an irregular pattern of inter-connected planes. The surfaces are covered in a mottled blending of browns and tans. The mobile is constructed of cardboard covered with polymer clay. The needle-woven fiber, hand-twisted and crocheted silk and wool threads, is a glowing rust color. This is a mystery piece - it invites the viewer to look deeply into the interior to see where the weavings lead and interact. It would provide a welcome distraction for a person waiting in a doctor, lawyer, or dentist's office. Display suggestions: Hang from a ceiling hook in an area that gets a gentle breeze, far enough away from walls to rotate feely. or Hang from a battery-operated or electric rotating motor. Look under "Ceiling Rotating Motors" on the Internet for suppliers.
 
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String Theorem - a Mobile Sculpture

$950.00 USD
  • Shipping: $50.00
  • Product ID#: 12668.
  • Dimensions: 5" width x8.5" height x5" depth
  • Weight: .8 oz
  • Materials: Polymer, Clay, Textile
  • Colors: Brown, Orange

Artwork Description: As it revolves, this mobile provides glimpses of an internal network of needle weavings through several openings into an irregular pattern of inter-connected planes. The surfaces are covered in a mottled blending of browns and tans. The mobile is constructed of cardboard covered with polymer clay. The needle-woven fiber, hand-twisted and ...
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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...