stripe diptych no.1
A mirror paired with a striped panel, each framed in solid beech wood. This unique work is designed to hang flush to the wall in differing configurations.
The panel stripes were individually cut, hand painted and joined together. We used paint from the Farrow & Ball range and the colours and composition of the panel refer to a painting by the American artist Gene Davis (1920 - 1985).
Main photograph by Guy Lockwood
The two frames are tray types: the 4mm mirror with polished edges and the hand painted stripe panel fit snugly within the front of the frames. The face on these frames is only 6mm wide giving this design a contemporary, minimalist look.
The pair of beech wood frames are hand finished and have walnut plugs detailing on each corner. Each frame has four split battens on the reverse for secure and easy wall mounting.
These split battens allow each of the units to be displayed in alternative ways, and they can be easily changed when desired. The mirror and the stripe panels can be rotated, slide laterally, and be displayed in a portrait or landscape format. The panels may also touch, as illustrated, or be shown with a gap.
Stripe Diptych No.1
- £1,800.00 inclusive
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