Sale price1.500 €
collectible

Hieroglyphic
Evamarie Pappas

collectible
Sale price1.500 €
collectible
This art piece is a collaboration between Evamarie Pappas and her husband abstract artist Gary Oglander. It was coil built by hand from stoneware and painted by Oglander with acrylics in black and gold. Hieroglyphic is a sculptural piece and not made to be used with liquids.
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Evamarie Pappas lives and works in the Florida home she shares with her husband, Gary Oglander, an abstract painter. The pair, who met while Evamarie was studying art at Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, frequently collaborate on ceramic works and often exhibit with their sons, Daniel and Eric. Organic in form, Pappas's ceramic sculptures draw inspiration from the forests and gardens that surround her home, as well as the ocean.
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40.64H x 20.32W (16H x 8W) non-functional sculpture, stoneware and acrylic paints. Collaboration with Gary Oglander - Art Piece Collaboration - Artists: Evamarie Pappas and Gary Oglander - Material: Stoneware - Technique: Hand-coil built - Paint: Acrylics (Black and Gold) - Usage: Sculptural piece (Not suitable for use with liquids) - Dimensions: Not specified - Color: Black and Gold - Care Instructions: Handle with care, avoid contact with liquids, dust regularly - Special Features: Unique collaboration between two artists, handcrafted, exclusive design

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40.64H x 20.32W (16H x 8W) non-functional sculpture, stoneware and acrylic paints. Collaboration with Gary Oglander - Art Piece Collaboration - Artists: Evamarie Pappas and Gary Oglander - Material: Stoneware - Technique: Hand-coil built - Paint: Acrylics (Black and Gold) - Usage: Sculptural piece (Not suitable for use with liquids) - Dimensions: Not specified - Color: Black and Gold - Care Instructions: Handle with care, avoid contact with liquids, dust regularly - Special Features: Unique collaboration between two artists, handcrafted, exclusive design

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Return & Exchanges
AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

About

Evamarie Pappas lives and works in the Florida home she shares with her husband, Gary Oglander, an abstract painter. The pair, who met while Evamarie was studying art at Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, frequently collaborate on ceramic works and often exhibit with their sons, Daniel and Eric. Organic in form, Pappas's ceramic sculptures draw inspiration from the forests and gardens that surround her home, as well as the ocean.

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