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Bearing Field

Ceramic Wall Sculpture

(ID: A84121)
Created by Christopher Gryder
Limited Edition
Ceramic relief wall tile formed by carving a dissolvable mold from silt, casting clay within, and excavating several days later. Glazed and fired with colored terra sigillata. Each tile is absolutely unique. Suitable for both interior and exterior installation. Each tile can be hung on the wall with a simple hook or nail, similar to that used for hanging framed artwork. Limited edition of 10.

Outdoor Care:
This piece can be displayed outdoors year-round in all climates and temperatures. For permanent display, the artist recommends using construction adhesives rather than traditional grouting due to the varied relief surface of the piece.


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Christopher GryderBearing Field
 
5.0

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5.0

This is the 9th piece by Christopher that I have bought.

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from Colorado

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Pros

  • Easy to Install
  • Unifies Environment
  • Visually Pleasing

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Ambience
    • Display
    • Foyer
    • Gifts
    • Home

    Comments about Bearing Field:

    These tiles are beautiful

     
    5.0

    beautiful, unique outdoor wall art

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    from charleston sc

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    Pros

    • Great Price For Unique Ar

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Indoor Wall Art
    • Outdoor Wall Art

    Comments about Bearing Field:

    simply great wall art

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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