Vasa Mihich laminated acrylic sculpture circa 1979. This example has four multi colored triangular forms that sit on a lucite base. Each piece is signed and dated. The beauty of this sculpture is that it can be rearranged to your liking..
Rotraut ceramic and metal wall sculpture entitled ‘Tete a Tete’ from 1999. Rotraut first entered the art scene in the 1950’s and exhibited in London, Paris, Antwerp and Ibiza. She then became the model and wife of Yves Klein collaborating with him and continuing to create her own figural sculptures and paintings.
Large scale brutalist iron sculpture circa early 1960s. This free from example can be displayed vertically or horizontally and is fluid from every angle.
Monumental and stunning 7′ bronze sculpture by Gary Price. This example can be used indoors or out and is fantastic from every angle. Price’s works are in collections both private and public worldwide. We love this work as stylistically it can meld with nearly any genre of furniture or background. Please contact us for the price.
Monumental relief paper casting entitled Tablet by Cheung Yee circa 1976. This 8 foot long master work conjures up thoughts of ancient calligraphy and organic forms of nature.
Yee’s works are permeated with ideas of duality, fecundity and harmony and RED has recently acquired a number of his paper , bronze and wood works.
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Free form brutalist wall sculpture circa early 1960’s. This phenomenal example has textured gold leafed forms and can be hung vertically or horizontally.
Free form ceramic wall sculpture by Jim Proctor circa early 1960’s. This stunning example is executed in glazed terracotta mounted on wood and can be hung horizontally or vertically.
Stunning cast aluminum and walnut wall sculpture by James Proctor circa mid 1960’s. This free form example is solid aluminum and was done by Procotor in 1965. Please see our other listings for other examples by Proctor.
Concrete nail and wood sculpture by Rick Lussier, circa late 1970s. This is an unusual and early work for Lussier and has inset nails in the concrete and metal posts that allow it to sit above the beautifully broken in wood base. This is an outdoor sculpture and does have wear to the concrete. Please see Red’s other listings for more works by Lussier.
Rodger Mack bronze sculpture, circa early 1970s. Mack was a professor at Syracuse University and his works are seldom for sale. This example has a polished bronze exterior with a textured interior. It sits atop a black metal base and is truly stunning from all angles. Please see our other listings for a floor sculpture by Mack. Base measures 10″ square x 1″ tall.