Created and Sold by Paula Gibbs

Paula Gibbs
Sculptures by Paula Gibbs seen at Creator's Studio, Oro Valley - Black and White with Pop of Color Wall Sculpture

Black and White with Pop of Color Wall Sculpture


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Modern Wood Wall Sculpture in Black and White with Pop of Color (Customizable) by Paula Gibbs.

I recreated my black ad white wall sculpture and replaced a few panel with red-orange landscape paintings. Part of my Wall of Color wood panel wall sculptures, this set really pops. It is a fun, modern minimal wood wall sculpture that will add “wow” factor to the walls in your living room, office or corporate lobby.

This wood wall sculpture is made up of 16 high quality birch wood panels. In this listing, each wood panel is 8” x 8” x 1.5”. Each has a hand-painted abstract painting in black and white, with some orange panels for the color pop. I apply a durable glossy finish. Like most of my colorful Wall of Color sets, the sides of the panels are painted black for added drama.

All of my Wall of Color designs are ideal as art for office walls, as well as art for a living room wall.


This piece is just an example. My art designs are customizable in every way, the sky is the limit. The wood panels can be larger or smaller, different colors, a different or larger layout. If you have a wall you need filled get in touch with me and let’s create something for you.

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Meet the Creator

Modern, abstract, unique, colorful, custom art!

It took a near-death experience in 2012 to turn me into an artist. It was my first day home after winning a battle with advanced stage pneumonia, one which most people lose. That day I had what I suppose was an epiphany. Suddenly art had to be in my life.

It is quite odd because not for one second had I ever considered being an artist. Why would I? Art was something for people with creative talent and the skill to bring ideas into the physical world. That certainly did not describe me.

Having no art education, my recovery was spent researching, and later I experimented with many mediums. Three styles and two different mediums now make up my work. My metal wall art involves distressing metal and enamel paint to create artworks with great character and depth. Painting on canvas is my newest endeavor. Then there is my Wall of Color series. This customizable style is made up of multiple pieces, usually square panels, of simple design, with the idea of creating big works of color. These installations are perfect for creating an uplifting environment.