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Soapstone Fire Bowl

Original Sculpture

$ 800.00

18"x18" | Original Sculpture

DESCRIPTION 

Brass, soapstone and ceramic firebowl
Exhibited in Tappan's group show, Dressed Up Normal, in Los Angeles. For more information on Dressed Up Normal, please visit our journal HERE.
The Fire Bowls are the latest in her ‘Reflections on Artifacts’, a broad sculptural project initially intended as creating works based on primitive methods, philosophies, technologies and artifacts. “There are so many ways of knowing and we are left only remnants,” says Beletic. “The series is intended to be in dialogue with the strong connection that runs through the endeavors of human beings and the many ways of knowing.” These new works mark a development in concept, departing from tradition and form, creating new works based on bringing these ancestral inspirations into the modern age. The Fire Bowls are intended as ceremonial objects for the purposes of holding small ceremonial fires.

DIMENSIONS

18 x 18 x 22 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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Ali’s practice also hones in on a philosophical perspective regarding a human tradition of joy and celebration.

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