SUN, MOON AND STARS MIRROR SCULPTURE - FRIENDS
Andrew Logan is a sculptural artist of international stature and someone who delights in creating art wherever he finds inspiration. His inspiration for this piece was the sun, moon and stars and he has named the mirror sculpture 'Friends'. The name is etched into a segment of golden mirror, along with his signature and the year it was created - 2021.
The work of art features a irregular, semi-circle of silver mirror glass representing the face of the moon. The face is decorated with purple lips, created with two pieces of deep purple, rippled glass laid over black resin sprinkled with purple and silver variegated glitter. The nose is drawn in purple and the eye comprises a round, facetted purple/turquoise crystal, laid with fragments of silver mirror and pale resin enhanced with an eyelid of pale purple/gold shaded mirror and encrusted with purple glitter plus some blue and silver glitter around the eye. An eyebrow of deep purple glass completes the facial features with a bolt of silver patterned glass dissecting the face which features a mirrored star at the lower end. The star features silver glass from India, that has the appearance of round dimples on the top surface and mirrored sides, laid over resin embellished with predominantly silver glitter.
The edge of the moon face is encrusted with a plethora of jewels, including more than a hundred round and oval, diamond-like, glass crystals and a similar number of pearl beads. The golden sun, that crowns the sculpture, uses numerous examples of objet trouvé inclusive of at least ten different types of gold/bronze glass, picture beads, glass cubes, mirror discs and bronze crystals. The sides of the mirror portrait are also decorated with mirrored pieces, laid into resin and embellished with glitter. The sculpture is backed with wood and has a study ring fixing attached for hanging in pride of place in your home.
The 'Friends' sculpture has a width of approximately 51 cm, a length of 34 cm and a depth of around 15 cm. Due to the high value, 3.17 kg weight and delicate nature of the sculpture it requires specialist shipping. A trackable, signed-for delivery within the UK will cost in the region of £200, however, if the sculpture is collected from Berriew, or a cheaper delivery alternative becomes available, a refund will be offered for postage and packaging. International shipping will be calculated on an individual basis.