Metal art sculpture Sky

Abstract art for sale “Wave”

made of scrap metal parts and valves

Painted with transparent varnish for anti-rust protection

Dimensions: 30×15 x 28cm height, 10Kg with package

Can be created on custom dimensions and design

The artwork shown in the picture is not available. A similar will be created. Slight changes can be found.

Processing time: 5 days

Shipping with Greek Post Service:

5-10 days in Europe

10-15 days to all the rest of the world

Watch a video on how this spire ball bearing art sculpture is made by the artist

Contact the artist for custom size or design: dendrinosyan@hotmail.com

500.00 inc. VAT

Metal art sculpture Sky

Abstract metal art sculpture circle shaped

This metal art sculpture Sky  is made of industrial metal parts 

Watch a video on how this spire ball bearing art sculpture is made by the artist

View more metal art sculpture artworks by Giannis

 

Where did I get my inspiration about this metal art sculpture entitled “Sky”?

This artwork entitled Sky is part of a solo exhibition on the theme of  the “circle”.

This show took place in a gallery in Athens on December 2008. The artist’s intention was to symbolize the concept of parallel worlds by creating two intersecting half-circles. Each circle has its own elements within. This geometrical parallelism is a metaphoric expression of what could be parallel worlds. This spire sculpture is aiming to convey the evolution of life.

 

Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944) is one of Russia’s most famous artists and the founder of abstract art. His compositions have become iconic abstract art pieces around the world. Kandinsky took up painting by chance and rather late in life, when he was already 30 years old.

History of ball bearings…

In 1869, Jules Suriray received a patent for a radial ball bearing to be fitted into metal bicycles. The success of the improved design led to the creation of several new types of metal ball bearings, all with different designs that were specially created for a particular machine.

It was Sven Winquist who came up with a self-aligning design for ball bearings that set a new standard in terms of design. A quick succession of innovations within the field emerged, from the wire race bearing to the vee groove bearing.

Source: http://resources.hartfordtechnologies.com/blog/the-history-of-ball-bearings

Weight10 kg
Dimensions40 × 15 × 28 cm