This mirror has been constructed in poplar wood and was then hand painted. The top section features reverse painted museum glass panels black, white, red and yellow. These are are the symbolic alchemical colours. This minimalist design also references the work of the artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923 – 2015) while the colours of the mirror frame recall his fellow American Mark Rothko (1903 – 1970).
The frame is painted in
from the Farrow & Ball range and is faced with narrow panels in five further colours:
Stiffkey Blue, Downpipe, Pelt, Brinjal
. The 4mm thick mirrored glass has polished edges and it is feather floated within the central tray section, the interior of which is coated with graphite.
has an integral split batten for secure, flush mounting to the wall.
Size: 1040 x 650 x 40 mm
Weight: 5 kg
Mirror panel: 900 x 500 mm
Not suitable for areas with high condensation
The prints shown are by Barbara Rae RA. They are also
available to purchase via IAP Fine Art.
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