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Carla Cascales

  • Sculpture
  • Wood
  • Original, unique piece
  • Size: 65cm x 20cm


Étimo is the latest sculpture project created by Carla Cascales, born from the experimentation of volume design made of discarded, rescued and rebuilt materials.

Carla Cascales: “Since I discovered the Japanese view of beauty I was captivated, specifically by wabi-sabi and their admiration for the imperfect, mutable, and incomplete things. It is so different from the admiration of perfection or the fear of the passing of time. Another concept I love in the Japanese culture is kintsugi, a technique to repair fractures of ceramic with resin or varnish sprinkled with gold. It suggests that breakage and repairs are part of the history of an object and it’s shown instead of being hidden.
I like my pieces to be mix of these different streams, organic shapes with geometry, and the beautiful imperfections of nature with the purity of polished materials. All the materials I use to build the sculptures are pieces that can no longer be used in industrial manufacturing, like broken or irregular parts of marble, wood or granite.“

Artig Gallery presents Palette, a sculpture made of a hand-painted neutral palette on a solid walnut wood block. Made from recycled material.

Take care of me: The artist recommends this sculpture for interiors only. Keep away from warm surfaces and maintain the work by regular dusting.

The sculpture is signed by the artist, comes with a certificate of authenticity and will be delivered by a special art transport to your doorstep.

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Title Palette
Artist Carla Cascales
Medium Sculpture
Material Wood
Support No
Type Original, unique piece
Year 2016
Format Horizontal
Dimensions 65cm x 20cm
Color Brown
Signed by artist Yes
Frame Unframed
Ready To Ship 3 to 7 days

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