Miniature Furniture/Food Narrative | Sculpture

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Available Styles:Traditional, Vintage, Whimsical
Delivery Format:3D Artwork
Description:Commission me to create a miniature narrative sculpture. This piece is an example of my "table series" and can be customized to a variety of furniture pieces with objects on or with them, relating to the story you want to tell. Must fit approximately within the dimensions listed.

Material: Copper, sterling silver, low-fire ceramic paint

Note: Ceramic paint is painted on by hand and set with heat, it appears as an enamel would. I have a variety of colors available.

Process: This is all hand fabricated, cut by hand and soldered using a torch with flame. The lines in the base are created by using a technique called "chasing" using a small metal tool over the metal and tapping it hundreds of times with a hammer.
Artist StatementI look at my pieces as individual time capsules: vessels containing meaning and memories. Nostalgia, place, interaction, and ritual are all facets I incorporate within the work. Each sculpture is carefully planned but I allow the material to direct me while I am working . I make objects that to me are the “everyday extraordinary.” These are moments with objects we tend to overlook which shape us and make us, moments I am passionate about making small-scale monuments for.
Artist BiographyAmber is an award winning studio artist practicing in small-scale sculpture and art jewelry, she has been working with metal for the last decade. In 2013 she placed for the Halstead Grant, Business Planning and Silver Design. Amber has exhibited in numerous fine craft shows such as The Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show, American Craft Council Shows, and Art+Design in Richmond, VA. In 2016 she was named a "30 Under 30 Rising Star" by American Craft Week.
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor|Graduated
What I Love Doing
I love capturing a narrative in metal. I love making parts move with mechanisms I fabricate from hand. I love talking to people about their own history and how something I have created sparks an old memory.
What I Find Beautiful
I find the natural patterns (patina) that occurs on metal after being heated under flame to be beautiful. I also find a full cup of tea paired with a record player playing to be beautiful.
My Favorite Memory
My favorite memory spans across many years- which is all the time I took to sit on a front porch swing with my Grandpa.
My Favorite Art Style
Not surprisingly, I love craftsman and mission style art/craft. I also love surrealism.
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Artwork Medium Metal
Subject Matter No
Personality Type No
Recipient No
Collections Irresistible Art
Creative Style Traditional, Vintage, Whimsical
Artwork Underlying Themes No
Sound Quality No