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Bits and Pieces took me almost 3 years to create. It is made up of many of my sold sculptures since 2009. When I create a sculpture, I will occasionally have a piece or two left over from that sculpture. I have been collecting them and created this one for you! It is a one of a kind sculpture and the individual pieces couldn't be reproduced again.
The approximate measurements are - 26 inches wide, 27 inches tall from hook to bottom component. It needs at least a 28" diameter space to move freely.
Accent your decor with this handcrafted stylish kinetic mobile sculpture. This beautiful mobile was created with light weight aluminum components so it moves with minimal effort. The movement in the air created by walking by this mobile is enough to get it moving. The movement is calming, peaceful and relaxing making it a perfect item for a stressful home. For me, it provokes thought and new ideas!
This kinetic mobile sculpture was created with original watercolor paintings permanently adhered to sheet aluminum and sealed with 2 coats of polyurethane. The wire is aluminum with copper connecting rings. They are very well made and should last for many many years.
You can hang them in your home as a unique piece of decor or put them in your nursery. But keep in mind that just like a fine painting, this is a visual sculpture and not a toy. These sculptures should not be hung within reach of a baby or child. You can hang them on a porch but it should be protected from the weather
Thank you for looking and I hope you find my work interesting! Tell me what you think!
Custom Orders Gratefully Welcomed :-) No additional charge for custom color orders! Really! I love this work so much that it would be a shame to charge you more for doing what I love!
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Thanks to the Mississippi Arts Commission for making the continuation of my work and progression of my artistic development flourish with their approval of a mini-grant 2011 AND 2012. I am very grateful!