Northwest Life

$6300

Sculptures by Gregory Fields seen at Private Residence, Bend - Northwest Life
Sculptures by Gregory Fields seen at Private Residence, Bend - Northwest LifeSculptures by Gregory Fields seen at Private Residence, Bend - Northwest LifeSculptures by Gregory Fields seen at Private Residence, Bend - Northwest Life
Image credit: Gregory Fields
Private Residence, Bend, OR
“Northwest Life” is a glazed ceramic and steel pillar sculpture celebrating the natural life found in the Pacific Northwest. The Great Blue Heron, frog, trout, crows, hummingbirds, bees, Great Horned Owl, and a person with arms raised in appreciation and wonder are featured. The glazed relief carvings contrast with the rusted steel surface. The piece is 84" x 8" x 8". It was on display at the City Hall in Happy Valley, Oregon from 2017 to 2018 (see photo 2) and is now in a private collection.

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$6300

An additional $650 was charged the buyer to mount the sculpture on a concrete foundation.

Meet the Creator

"I love to play in clay, exploring natural and abstract forms that take shape on welded steel pieces, as tall pillar sculptures, or in colorful ceramic murals."

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