Unique and handmade artwork cut in wood and colored with natural color pigments with an architectural and graphic motif from Louisiana art museum.
The structure and living surface of the wood is clearly visible and the small level differences in the art work catch the eye and provide depth to the image.
The art work is illustrated by graphic designer Rikke Nogel and architect Eva Wandel the founders of KOLEKTO studio.
The work is handmade at our workshop in Copenhagen
The art work is carefully packed and shipped in a protective frame box.
Size: 29 x 30 cm.
MATERIALS: Sustainable birch wood and paint.
Handmade in Denmark.
About the art collection with scenes from Louisiana art museum:
Spending a day at the Louisiana Museum, to enjoy a coffee on the terrace, to take a dip in the sea or to stroll around in the various rooms and the surrounding park, is just as great an experience as seeing one of their many exhibitions.
The way the building blocks merge in and out of the landscape in a fixed rhythm, where the boundaries between inside and outside is lifted, the elegant transitions between the materials of the buildings, the patterns of the bricks, the ongoing beat from the wooden constractions, play so beautifully together and on a drowsy summer day when the associations are set free, it almost seems that the sculptures on site reflect and comment on the people moving around between them ....
See the entire series from Louisiana here