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In this rectangle shaped medium size sculpture, Karmin decided to use chicken wire as her base. Using chicken wire gave her the opportunity to bend her sculpture to make it actually pop and flow off the wall which gives it more movement. Another reason for the chicken wire is that it makes the sculpture very light weight and adds another form of texture and interest to the sculpture. LOST and FOUND My Chicken Wire #3 is an eye-catching piece of wall art that is ready to hang horizontally. Karmin chose to create a beautiful abstract seascape of the rolling waves coming in. There are hints of color at the horizon line to represent the sun's rays. Karmin hand curls all the different sizes and shapes of dyed wood one at a time to create this lively accent modern wood sculpture with tons of twists and curves. This style of contemporary organic artwork has never been done before, it is very avant-garde. It is a one of a kind new style of art that you will never find anyplace else. It is sprayed with a UV protective spray but not recommended to be hung in direct sunlight. Karmin will also work with you to create a custom piece of color, size, and shape.
Sculpture:Metal on Plastic
Size:42 W x 24 H x 9 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:United States.
Karmin Schafer Hansen has been a professional artist since 1995. She lives in New York, USA. She has her BFA in painting from Syracuse University. Recently her direction has changed from painting into creating beautiful, energetic, wood sculptures bursting with color. They are called the “LOST and FOUND” series. They were inspired by watching wood shaving fall to the floor while a wood carver was working on his lathe. Karmin “found” those wood shavings that were “lost” on the floor and made them into something beautiful. From being “lost” to being “found”. Karmin invented this new unique style of art. She hand curls each piece of wood one by one that you see in her sculptures and hand builds her sculptures one spiral at a time. Karmin is always experimenting with new styles and new materials. Karmin’s desire is to continue creating her “LOST and FOUND” sculptures on a bigger scale and one day she hopes to create a huge outdoor “LOST and FOUND” sculpture made of metal.
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