Green Test Pattern freestanding sculpture for your home or office
This is the perfect gift for your friend who loves to look at eclectic art in their home. Green Test Pattern freestanding sculpture was inspired by old fashioned test pattern you used to see on the television when the channels were not transmitting. (Now we are deluged by TV channels that never stop.) Do you like my Green Test Pattern freestanding sculpture? This Green Test Pattern freestanding sculpture is a fun and unique glass addition to your stylish home decor or the perfect gift for your stylish friend.
By using specialty glass and precise firing schedules, I ensure that each piece is of the highest quality. This sculpture includes fabulously sparkling glass that we call “Adventurine Glass”.
This kiln-formed art glass sculpture comes with the wrought iron stand you can see here, which allows the sculptural art for to sit diagonally on the triangle stand. The glass piece weighs 1400 grams and the v stand weighs 671 grams.
Green Test Pattern freestanding sculpture can be created in other colours as well as in other sizes or in multiples. Here is a link to one in autumnal colours.
Alternative sizes you can have:
If you’d like this design in a functional platter you can request it in any of the following sizes: here are the sizes of art glass pieces that I regularly produce you can choose your own size or any one of these for your own Green test pattern.
- My coaster sets are 3.9″ x 3.9″;
- 20×20 plates – 8″ x 8″;
- 25x25cm plates – 10″x10″;
- 30x30cms plates – 12″x12″;
- 20x35cms – 8″ x 14″;
- 40x40cms – 16×16″;
- 17cmx53cms – 7″x21″ which fits a baguette perfectly.
Postage and Packaging:
Naturally, I will gift wrap it and post it anywhere worldwide so it will be a surprise for your relatives living somewhere else. They will love receiving a gift that hasn’t been mass produced but lovingly created by an artist in Australia. The glass piece weighs 1400 grams and the v stand weighs 671 grams therefore, the postage calculated with be both of the heavier items plus the packaging.
If you are interested in the inspiration behind this design or you have wondered about how kilnformed (fused) glass is made, you can read more about it on my blog. Here’s the link: my blog.
© Jenie Yolland
|Dimensions||40 × 35 × 15 cm|