A Triptych and it’s Friends

Part of a the "Foraging” Triptych a tall and slender steel sculpture of a single aster with a dramatic painting in orange red and white. 30x18x4 Commission for North Pacific Endodontics Aster in Orange, Amy Malouf 2015 Steel and Acrylic on Wood

Part of a the “Foraging” Triptych a tall and slender steel sculpture of a single Aster. 30x18x4 this is a Commission for North Pacific Endodontics, in Anchorage, Alaska above is “Aster in Orange”Amy Malouf 2015 Steel and Acrylic on Wood.

What is a Triptych? so glad you asked! It’s a really cool name for a 3 part painting, and in this case a wall sculpture!

Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments!

“Foraging” is a triptych that in reminiscent of the changing seasons and the bounties that are found therein. Elderberries are used for dyes and decorations, Birch trees are use for firewood and syrup, Asters are used as healing herbs and decorations.

“Foraging” is a triptych that in reminiscent of the changing seasons and the bounties that are found therein. Elderberries are used for dyes and decorations, Birch trees are use for firewood and syrup, Asters are used as healing herbs and decorations.

Aster in Orange (detail)

Part of the “Foraging Triptych” a stylized sculpture of a Red Elderberry branch after the berries have been picked, 30"Hx18"Wx8"D

Part of the “Foraging Triptych” a stylized sculpture of a Red Elderberry branch after the berries have been picked, 30″Hx18″Wx8″D

 

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30"Hx18"Wx5"D Part of the "Foraging Triptych" this is a sculpture of a single birch branch, and an steel mountain scape at the base of the sculpture.

30″Hx18″Wx5″D
A sculpture of a single birch branch, and an steel mountain scape at the base of the sculpture.

I’m always making new fun stuff! Want to play too?

Do you have a favorite Plant, Flower, Tree, or Lichen that I should recreate in steel?

Post it in the comments below!

 

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3 thoughts on “A Triptych and it’s Friends

  1. Love your work. I would love to see some sphagnum moss come alive in one of you pieces. In Prince Ruper BC, not too far from Ancorage, it is a mainstay of the bogs and muskeg that make up so much of our landscape. Do you have it there in Anchorage too?

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