Yet another effortless creation by the Jere team. It's amazing how much detail can still be packed into an abstract representation, from the ever-so-slight tilting of the boats which gives the illusion that they are floating on mild waves, to the partially burned out chimneys on the row homes. Jere's major strength has always been the ability to create the illusion of 3 dimensions and depth with the sparest of choices and this great sculpture is no exception. Constructed from mixed metals, excellent condition with no structural or aesthetic issues. Not signed but definitely by Jere. Add a whole new dimension to your wall!
32.5 W x 15.5 H x 2 Deep
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