Sculpture

Sculpture

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Many of our artists enjoy creating
custom pieces, so please give us a call
at (830) 990-8160 to discuss a custom piece
for your home!

 

~BRADLEY, Barry~

 

“Splash A Color”
~artist made sycamore brush and metal~
14″h x 42″w x 11″d
$595.00
by Barry Bradley

“Hashtag Red”
~artist made walnut ‘brush’ and metal~
26″ h x 32″ w x 12″ d
$595.00
by Barry Bradley

“Heart Springs”
~steel hearts on mesquite base~
13″ high x 5 1/2″ diameter
$265.00
by Barry Bradley


“Driven III and IV”
~artist cast aluminum ‘spike’ on mesquite base~
7″ high x 5″ x 3″
$125.00 each
by Barry Bradley

“Resilience”
~metal on limestone base~
8″h x 4.5″ x 4.5″
$115.00
by  Barry Bradley

“Harvey Revisited”
~enameled steel~
21″h x 30″ w x 10″ d
$1,200.00
by Barry Bradley

“Cross Mountain Cross”
~mesquite with inlaid turquoise~
28″ high by 12″ wide
$215.00
by Barry Bradley

“Cross Mountain Cross”
~mesquite and turquoise~
26″ high x 9″ wide
$215.00
by Barry Bradley

Hall Tree / Coat Tree
~functional sculpture of walnut & mesquite~
73″ high x 15″ diameter
$695.00
by Barry Bradley

~PARKER, Danny~

Jnil Jackson

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J’Nil Jackson

JNil Jackson vases trio for bio page
A ceramic artist approaching 20 years, J’Nil Jackson has settled on slab construction in a style she calls, “Classic-Contemporary”, focusing on surface texture and glaze application to express her voice in clay. Using a combination of various self-made stamps, found organic leaves and other elements of nature, J’Nil makes impressions in clay slabs then meticulously hand-builds her large vases, platters and assorted functional ware. Some pieces may take weeks to achieve a specific design or structure.

Each ceramic piece is artistically glazed with an amalgam of spraying, dipping, brushing and/or pouring to achieve its own distinct design. After weeks of preparation each piece is high-fired to stoneware temperature in a gas reduction kiln for up to 14 hours. It’s this firing range and glazing techniques that gives J’Nil’s ceramics its deep and lustrous rich glazed surface, mimicking a landscape of horizons represented by the colors found in nature.

“My inspiration comes from my environment”, J’Nil describes her work, I live in the beautiful Texas Hill Country where I am surrounded by some of nature’s best works of art. As any artist should, my work is constantly evolving – experimenting with new textures, shapes and colors, much like the seasons change in nature.”

National and regional award winning, J’Nil’s works are increasingly becoming sought after by ceramic collectors from all over the world.