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#1576 Treno D’Onda in Formazione (Wave Train in Formation)
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#1576 Treno D’Onda in Formazione (Wave Train in Formation) Sculpture

Anna Kasabian

United States

Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 24 W x 24 H x 4 D in

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Just to clarify, each panel is 2 feet by 2 feet and each comes with 2 French cleats attached to each panel back and two each for the wall installation. Each panel is made up of one-of-a-kind, porcelain sea waves affixed to a sand color stained wood surface. Each wave has been hand-glazed three times—the backs of each are high gloss white and the fronts are glazed in a light opal/sea blue hue with a sand color detailing. The panels are meant to suggest that time on the sea’s surface when multiple, tiny waves begin to move in the same direction. Many of my sculptures are inspired by the sea, and nature. My inspiration comes from the area where I live, Cape Ann, Massachusetts where the shoreline snakes for miles. I am by the ocean's edge everyday--whether on a beach or the harbor here in Manchester-by-the-Sea. I watch the waves in all weather, and study the light as it plays off the water.

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Multi-paneled Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 24 H x 4 D in

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When I discovered that I could take raw porcelain in the palm of my hand and fashion it into delicate, intricate, organic forms, my passion for porcelain ignited. Early on, I decided not to work with a potter's wheel. By shaping every sculpture with my hands I can achieve the full range of energy and expression I seek. Each sculpture shape recalls the forms and motion of flowers, sea plants and ocean waves which are on Cape Ann, my home, and where the earth and ocean meet in spectacular forms. My work as a porcelain artist is an extension of my writing about interior design and architecture. Both are about making our homes beautiful and authentic. Architectural Digest has characterized my work as "the epitome of nature-inspired elegance". That is what I work to achieve in each piece. I have been working in ceramics since 2003 and began working in porcelain 10 years ago. Today I have collectors across the globe and several public installations across the US. MEMBERSHIPS American Women Artists Copley Society of Art, Associate Member National Association of Women Artists Massachusetts Association of Women Artists Rocky Neck Art Colony INTERIOR DESIGNER COMMISSIONS Robert Passal, award-winning New York City interior designer, 2019. Manuel de Santaren, esteemed Boston interior designer, 2019. Ann Holden Design, New Orleans, Architectural Digest Top 100 Designers, 2018 for a private collector Jennifer Post, New York, Architectural Digest Top 100 Designer, 2018, private collector McAlpine Design, Architectural Digest Top 100 Designer, private collector Kari Whitman, Hollywood’s “Designer to the Stars,” 2017, private collector Michael Anthony Interior Design, Chicago, LUXE Gold List, 2016, private collector PRESS Architectural Digest October 2019, 2016 Boston Voyager Northshore Magazine 2018 Charleston Magazine 2018 Boston Globe January 2014, 2016 Ceramic Review October 2015 Veranda Magazine, March/April 2015 Homes & Gardens Magazine, UK 2016 Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, November 2014 Arts Issue. Chosen by Editor Ann Loynd as one of 25 American artisans whose works "celebrate the highest craftsmanship the industry has to offer." Garden Design Magazine 2014 Trend Hunter 2014 Designer Krista Watterworth:" Currently, I am obsessed with these porcelain objects by Anna Kasabian. They are truly works of art. I love the fluidity and purity of these pieces. Anna’s work is one of a kind.

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