Wall Sculpture Nailed it Series No. 126
This piece comes in an open white wooden frame. The framing is done in a way that a glass panel can be added to the frame if necessary.
I like creating geometrical patterns through various mediums. I like them to be precise in terms of their shape and construction. Using threads and nails has been one of the many creative ways I could use to make geometrical shapes and have fun with them. Each nail is hammered individually and then I weave the threads through the nails by hand until I get the desired shape and its placement onto the framed wall sculpture. As the hands move from one nail to another, the thread interweaves and creates complex geometrical patterns. Its a meditative, calculative process which create a beautiful intricate geometric patterns. Around 1050 yards of thread is used in this artwork. The plywood in the background is painted with acrylic paint.
26(h) x 74(w) x 2(d) inches / 66(h) x 188(w) x 5(d) cms
Abstract / Geometric / Art Deco / Conceptual
Polyester thread, Nails and Acrylic paint on wooden panel
In a wooden crate