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The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.
The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.
The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.
The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.
The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.
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Nest Sculpture

Karolina Maszkiewicz

United States

Sculpture, Stone on Wood

Size: 25 W x 23 H x 14 D in

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The concept behind 'Nest' is the idea of the post-Suprematism movement and the traditions of the Bauhaus School. It focuses on concentrated simplicity of form and color, where craftsmanship meets artistic merit. Suprematists emphasize the texture and moveable energy of sculpture as essential qualities for its success. The goal is for the emotional layers to feel immediately visually accessible. The most prevalent material used is wood veneer, the ecological choice in furniture making, priced for its beauty, with an old craftsman French polish finish.

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Sculpture:Stone on Wood

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Size:25 W x 23 H x 14 D in

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Karolina Maszkiewicz (b, Torun, Poland) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. She attended FIDM for Fashion Design and has exhibited her work most recently with G/ART/EN in Como, Italy and Ochi Projects, Los Angeles. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2019-12-23/arlington-heights-los-angeles-gallery-walk#null

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