Slice of Life

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.

Style
Abstract, Metal

Dimensions
16 inches high
12 inches long
36 inches wide

Materials
Steel, stainless steel

Price

$10,000


Artist’s Available Works:

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  • Blossom Form I
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  • Silver Lining
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  • Unfurling II
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  • 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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