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Brand New Day- M
SOLD! Inspired by the morning sun and new beginnings; this is one of the artists personal favorites. A speckled patina varies in color from a fossil like brown to spots of dark blue to turquoise.
There are also many subtle inward bends that echo the rays of copper. The subtle bends add another design element, increase the stability, and allow the light to play on the surface of this piece. This piece is signed by the artist.
Measures 22"x16"x3/4". Also available in larger version.
Free Shipping. $1100
Green Nautilus 22
IN STOCK! Green Nautilus in 22" x 22" makes a dramatic statement! Perfect for a beach house or a room to remember the beach. Shown on far right. Any of the 10" designs (found under designed within reach tab) can be scaled to this size.
A spectacular specimen of copper... I see something different every time I look at this! This natural patina (circa 1920) was cut out of a much larger found sheet then re-formed on a metal brake. The handmade-stainless steel frame juxtaposes weathered antiquity with modern simplicity. 41" x 16". See pictures below for a detailed look. $3000
For the best prices, visit our showroom in Tiverton 4 Corners!
Spring Hours: Thur-Fri 11-4, Sat 11-5, Sun 12-5
If you'd like to make sure Teresa will be in the gallery when you visit, please text or call ahead: 401.862.1060
- Corporate Art Installations and Personalized Gifts
- Residential Commissions
- Custom Metalworking and Finishing
- Wholesale Inquiries
Plan to visit our Showroom at the Historic Four Corners,
8 Neck Road Tiverton, RI
Patina Studio is located at Peter's Attic Antiques building.
I was formerly trained as a jeweler, and received a BFA from Maine College of Art in 1992. Along with solid design training, equally important, has been my work experience in the fields of education, management and various trades. I have worked for some of the finer jewelers from New York to Maine, been an art instructor, managed the Museum School at the Fuller Museum in Brockton, MA, and created an art program for adults with developmental disabilities in RI. My artwork can be seen in many galleries as well as corporate installations and private collections throughout the United States as well as my showroom in Tiverton, RI.