"Precipice ll" By Scott Ross
This piece is titled after a natural geologic formation in nature. A monument to the edge, a transition, and change. The steel base is in reference to the ziggurat forms from Ancient Mesopotamia. Temple structures with stepped sides that were topped with a shrine. The sculpture is formed by ramcasting a wooden form with clay and then drafting the wood form off the artwork. This technique and hard angle finish is used in casting concrete in Brutalist Architecture, lending a constructed and architectonic aesthetic to the sculpture. This piece was fired for twelve days in an anagama style kiln.
Wood Fired Stoneware with Natural Ash Glaze & Steel By Scott Ross
Large Brutalist Wood Fired Ceramic & Sculpture with Steel Base
The Base Features 5 tiers
Sculpture Height : 45.5"
Overall Height with Base: 67"
Top Base Width: 20"
Top Base Depth: 20"
Bottom Base Width: 28"
Bottom Base Depth: 28"
This Sculpture is Extremely Heavy and will require special delivery
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