“Expansion” Close up
I created this three dimensional abstract wall sculpture on November of 2010. This abstract painting measures 13″ in diameter and about 3″ deep. It’s made from 1/4″ baltic birch and has three separate pieces of wood layered at varying elevations giving it a sculptural quality.
This wall sculpture makes a nice accent piece for those who like some color. It has dimensional paint adorning the edges giving it a nice element of texture and interest.
Reds, violets, oranges, pearlescent fuschia, metallic purple, a little black….this abstract wall sculpture may not be for the faint hearted.
To see more information and photos, check out “Expansion” HERE
If you like this type of abstract three dimensional geometrical wall sculptures, be sure to stop in my Etsy Shop.
Here’s a really happy little treasury with alot of bright colors for this white, snowy day. It was curated by mistflowerphoto.
for color. It will capture your heart! Enjoy! Valerie
Treasury tool is sponsored by Lazzia.com A/B image testing.
My psychedelic wall sculpture entitled “Psychedelic Starburst #1” is one of the featured pieces. It’s made of four layers of wood, and measures about
28″ high, 23″ wide and 3″ deep. It has several depths to the layers of wood which puts it in the category of a wall sculpture.
If you like this kind of wall sculpture, you can see more in my Etsy shop HERE!
I created this abstract wall sculpture in November of 2010. It’s called “Push and Pull”.
This wall sculpture is made from three seperate pieces of baltic birch, measures about 16″ by 14″ by 3″ deep.
There are areas of metallic dimensional paint that I use to embellish the edges, giving it a jewel-like appearance.
The patterns are intricate and beautiful when you look at them up close. In the above picture, it appears that the web design swoops up, but that’s just an illusion created by the paint application.
If you like this abstract wall sculpture, check out my Etsy shop HERE.
This is one of the first in the series of abstract wall sculptures that I started in October 2010. It’s a little on the wild side, I know! It represents a time when my creativity was really starting to spiral, so I called it “Spiraling Up“.
You can see the depth and dimension of this wall sculpture in the above photo. I think it could be in the category of psychedelic art, don’t you? Or maybe more in the modern abstract art category….sigh, I never know!!!!
“Spiraling Up” measures about 20″ in diameter, about 3″ deep, and has nine, yes nine seperate shapes cut out of wood. It’s made from 1/4″ birch wood, then painted, and assembled….whew, lots of work! I do all the designing, woodworking, and painting myself….and marketing and shipping and ……..all of it!
Pay no attention to the poor photography of the photo above! Since I took the photos for this wall sculpture, I’ve learned more about my camera, the lighting, the settings, all those things that make a difference. I might have to spend some time and re-do the photographs of my earlier wall sculptures.
You can see more photos and information of “Spiraling Up” HERE.
If you like this type of abstract art, come check out my Etsy Shop!
I was inspired by the movie “Avatar” when I created this wall sculpture. It’s about 13″ in diameter and has several layers of wood giving it a depth of about 3″.
This could fall into the categoryof psychedelic art or even abstract art. There’s actually alot to see if you look at it up close. The patterns are intricate and the colors are beautiful.
You can see more photos and information about this wall sculpture in my Etsy Shop.
Well I started getting a little out of control with my design and my color schemes in this wall sculpture. I like it, though, it’s psychedelic, super groovy, and fits my home decor perfectly. Of course, I might be in the minority of people that can say that..lol For some reason, the majority seem to like neutrals and earth tones. I don’t really get the whole conservative color scheme thing, but whatever turns ya on.
This three dimensional wall sculpture is called “Flashback” and you can see it in my Etsy Shop.
“Flashback” side view
“Flashback” full view
“Flashback” Close up
This abstract wall sculpture is so outrageous it makes me giggle when I look at it!