Touch of Class Art

We will feature metal artwork designed by J. Warren through JasonW Studios. Our in-house artist creates some of the most stunning designs available today!

Radiant Sun Metal Wall Sculptures

The frigid lick of winter has finally been banished for good (or at least until October!). Summer has arrived! The first day of summer has always been a cause for celebration, yet the sun is lauded all year round in the form of artwork. Representing fertility, regeneration, or even the triumph of good over evil, sun sculptures act as interpretations of the sun’s true nature. Playing to this timeless trend, the celestial wall sculptures from JasonW Studios® are abstract archetypes of the sun’s role in human existence.

The Dialect Metal Wall Sculpture is an industrial incarnation of our sun. Geometric pillars of flamed copper, aged brass, and stainless steel project from the brass core, while coordinating squares disperse on the fringes like embers whirling into space. This wall art suggests the clockwork regularity of the sun, which rises and falls every day and lapses seamlessly into every season. The cycle is a deliberate and impartial one, plunging the hemispheres evenhandedly into winter and summer.

Perfunctory though it is, the sun also possesses a chaotic nature, a nature emblazoned on the flame-finished copper face of the Array Metal Wall Sculpture. With rays like needles infused with fire, this wall art contains a vortex of arches encircling the brass center, alluding to a core that is hotter than any other body in our solar system. This pincushion of flame is just slightly asymmetrical, piquing visual interest and speaking to the disorder the sun can at times impart, such as the interruption of radio signals during a solar flare.

Last, the Radiance Wall Sculpture epitomizes by far the most popular view of the sun. A benevolent creator, the Radiance sun sends out nourishing rays that modulate from white to brass. The streamlined arrangement forms an eight-point star, which for some symbolizes new beginnings and resurrection.

Summer has only just begun, and we too must shed our winter outlooks and get a fresh perspective. Nothing inspires a reboot better than the sun sculpture, a beautiful reminder of new days to come.

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