Sun Gate – By Susumu Ikegami

This circular passage into the sky is made up of red and white granite stones, the Japanese colors of felicity. Used to celebrate a marriage or the birth of a child, these colors, combined with the shape and energy of “Sun Gate,” reflect a sense of positivity and possibility.

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Style

Abstract,
Asian,
Outdoor

Dimensions

24 inches tall
24 inches long
4 inches wide

Materials

Red and
White Granite

Price

$10,920


Super String Stone (Series 1) – By Susumu Ikegami

Bending and stretching its string-like form, these stones seem to defy their granite weight. Artfully designed to lock together in perfect unity, these stones combine to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Style

Abstract,
Asian,
Outdoor

Dimensions

16 inches tall
28 inches long
20 inches wide

Materials

Red Granite

Price

$10,920


Super String Stone (Series 2) – By Susumu Ikegami

Twisting like the rings of a miniature roller coaster, Ikegami’s stones bend and curve, drawing the viewer’s eye through a series of unexpected movements. Toying with notions of stability and form, Ikegami creates a fluid work out of solid granite.

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Style

Abstract,
Asian,
Outdoor

Dimensions

16 inches tall
20 inches long
20 inches wide

Materials

Granite

Price

$10,360


The Silver Thing – By Gordon Huether

Huether is greatly inspired by the materials he uses, especially their unique qualities and how they affect the environment in which they are placed.  His primary mediums – glass, metal, and light – explore the relationship between the intimate and the monumental.

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Style

Abstract,
Monumental,
Metal, Outdoor

Dimensions

96 inches high
24 inches wide

Materials

Tin

Price

$10,000


Red Root – By David Boyajian

Boyajian’s “Red Root” weaves its way through its geometric steel ground, precariously poised high atop its narrow base. “Red Root” seems to explode with nature’s refusal to yield; the root itself takes on an animalistic quality, branching out with purpose in its intended direction. Along with Boyajin’s use of color on steel, these elements combine to create a truly exciting work.

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Style

Abstract, Metal

Dimensions

42 inches high
20 inches long
8 inches wide

Materials

Oil stick on steel

Price

$10,000


Hickory With Hands –By Nancy Azara

Azara’s brisk carving style creates a husky texture reminiscent of the hickory branches themselves. This natural coarseness, combined with the delicate imprints of branches and hands and a luminous golden sheen create a work that is once simultaneously raw and lavish.

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Style

Abstract,
Wall, Wood

Dimensions

5 feet tall
4 feet wide
1 feet deep

Materials

Carved and
painted wood
with gold leaf
and encaustic

Price

$10,000


Birth – By Martha Walker

A small form emerges, separates, and is lifted up from its larger base in Walker’s “Birth.” Precious yet powerful, this work reflects a sense of raw, organic power in addition to a beauty that delights in detail.

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Style

Abstract,
Metal,
Outdoor

Dimensions

7 feet high
31 inches wide
31 inches deep

Materials

Puddled Steel

Price

$10,000


Slice of Life – By David Boyajian

Combining clean, geometric lines with the haphazard action of the knife, “Slice of Life” explores the intersection of man and nature through ideas of vitality, practicality and destruction. Here, “Life” is split into three definite parts, the organic sections of the fruit depicted in pure geometric form. The knife, obviously a man-made item, is more strictly rendered and serves as a symbolic boundary between human beings and the natural world.

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Style

Abstract,
Metal

Dimensions

16 inches high
12 inches long
36 inches wide

Materials

Steel,
Stainless Steel

Price

$10,000


Swimmer Canoe – Nick Edmonds

Ships sail, trees grow, and figures glide through and over the surface of the lake in Nick Edmonds’ “Swimmer Canoe.”  Colorfully depicting the energetic relationship between people and nature, Edmonds takes a bucolic scene of natural beauty and ups the ante, creating a dynamic sense of tension, movement and space.

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Style

Abstract,
Wood

Dimensions

18 inches tall
12 inches long
12 inches wide

Materials

Acrylic and
mixed media /
carved wood

Price

$9,800


Nuk (Stone) – By Lawrence Argent

With a quiet elegance, “Nuk” captivates the viewer, drawing attention not with lavish details, but with simple, carefully executed shape. Milky white and carved in a manner that recalls ancient urns or bygone architecture, “Nuk” possesses a visual power based on discreet tone and clean line.

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Style

Abstract,
Marble

Dimensions

21 inches tall
12 inches long
8 inches wide

Materials

Rosa aurora
marble

Price

$9,600


Mam (Stone) – By Lawrence Argent

Subtly referencing the classical female form with its shape and use of Bardiglio marble, “Mam” is both sensual and evolved. Crafting the stone into a sleek, dynamic form, Argent draws the viewer’s attention to the exterior shape of the work as well as to the richness and integrity of his material.

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Style

Abstract,
Marble

Dimensions

21 inches tall
12 inches long
8 inches wide

Materials

Bardiglio
marble

Price

$9,600


Viento – By Robert Sanabria

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Style

Abstract,
Steel,
Outdoor,
Monumental

Dimensions

47 inches tall
34 inches long
35 inches wide

Materials

Bronze
on copper

Price

$9,500