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Shira Loa Metalwork

Eternal Bouquet

Eternal Bouquet

Regular price $3,000.00 USD
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Always and ever inspired by nature, yet living in the sprawling city of Los Angeles, making this piece was a lesson in creating my own unique and alien bouquet of otherworldly flora, and contrasting organic with industrial by mounting it all on a starkly lined steel pedestal base. The metal has its own life, emerging from an egg of melted looking steel filled with shards of glass, all atop a nest of harp strings from one of the Earth Harp's musical installation/performances. That nest literally created music for thousands of people before it became part of this sculpture.

A dynamic centerpiece for or accent to any room, it acts as art as well as conversation piece.


Hammered copper and brass, steel, glass, harp strings, patinas.

Shipping & Returns

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9"x9" Base, 27"H with varying diameter of 16"+/-

Care Instructions

The metals have been treated with a UV protectant lacquer as well as a protective hardening wax, however, unless specified, these pieces are not meant for outdoor use, as the elements in the air and any direct sunlight can and will, over time, degrade that protection and effect the colors or rust the steel. To clean, use compressed air to blow off dust, or a very lightly damp cloth, followed by a dry cloth to avoid water sitting on the material.

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