Cotelydon IV

Cotelydon IV – By David Boyajian

In “Cotelydon IV,” each layer of the larger-than-life sculpture seems to spring from the next. Despite its size and its steel body, Boyajian’s work is full of energy and playfulness, reflecting natural elements such as seeds and branches while maintaining a strict architectural form. Boyajian seeks out volumes and edges as transitional points in his sculpture and uses them to inspire movement from one shape to another.

Style
Abstract, Monumental, Metal, Outdoor

Dimensions
8 feet high
4 feet long
3 feet wide

Materials
Steel

Price

$16,000


Artist’s Available Works:

  • Aegean Urns
    Boyajian’s large seed forms open, reach out, and grow...
  • Grecian Heads
    Stare out at the viewer intently.
  • Pineapples
    Combines the natural design of the fruit with the...
  • Cotelydon IV
    Each layer of the larger-than-life sculpture seems to spring...
  • Blossom Form I
    Seems to shoot straight out of the ground like...
  • House of Wind
    Presents the viewer with a sparse outline of a...
  • Slice of Life
    Combining clean, geometric lines with the haphazard action of...
  • Red Root
    “Red Root” weaves its way through its geometric steel...
  • Kinetic Milkweed
    "Milkweed" appears to tumble with an invisible breeze, folding...
  • Silver Lining
    Style: Abstract, Monumental, Steel, Outdoor
  • Unfurling II
    Style: Abstract, Monumental, Metal, Outdoor
  • Blossom II
    Style: Abstract, Monumental, Metal, Outdoor
  • Unfurling XII
    Style: Abstract, Monumental, Metal, Outdoor
  • Unfurling VI
    Style: Abstract, Monumental, Metal, Outdoor

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