Extended Positive Space 2

2011
Brass, Porcelain

Albums: Untitled

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Comment by Steve Shelby on July 15, 2011 at 9:54am
These are all really cool, love the concept.
Comment by Melanie Egan on June 27, 2011 at 8:59am
This is a beautiful piece!
Comment by Justin Aaron Brown on June 25, 2011 at 12:23pm

Thank you so much for you kind words. This process and idea has really led me on quite the journey in directions I had never considered. In particular the red plate has seemed to open many doors and idea... it is all a bit over whelming but exciting at the same time. Lol.. the main idea behind this plate was to try and show the actual stretching and action of two pieces being ripped apart from each other.  So yes the plate does seem to have a bit of a sinister feel to it I agree.

Comment by The Justified Sinner on June 25, 2011 at 9:15am

Superb.

I find this somewhat sinister, however. I'd be interested to know the intent.

Comment by alice simpson on June 24, 2011 at 6:40pm

Aha! Fun piece, especially for this collector of red and white transfer ware.

This piece is part of my collection! How exciting to see it in a new way.

The Justin Aaron Brown interpretation!

Good going!

Alice

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‘There is always one moment in childhood…’

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Mantel Box in Cherry wood with a hinged glass door, containing a silver vessel marked ‘drink me’, marbles, sweets and found objects

A piece about childhood, forgotten toys, favorite stories and the loss of innocence as the future beckons, inspired by ‘Garden of Love’ by William Blake.

Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

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