Bala Cynwyd, PA
36.000 x 36.000 x 2.000 inches
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Relief - Mosaic, Wall Mounted
This mosaic 36” x 36” creates the feel of live music at a night club. The upper left left corner is mirror. Behind the bartender are liquor bottles made of orange gneiss, turquoise, and rhodchrosite. The bar rail is brass and the legs of the chairs are aluminum. The drum skins are white quartz and the symbols are brass. The bass drum skin is rhodonite (pink and white). The lead singer is wearing a dress made of mookite jasper. Her microphone is made of aluminum. The foliage on the tree in the upper right is made using aventurine and jade. The trunk of the plant is a shell. The artwork on the wall is framed in golden tiger-eye. The landscape is created using rhodonite (pink), red jasper, and a stone which features a three way mixture of quartz, malachite and chrysocolla (turquoise color). The gentleman at the left of the composition has a leopardskin jasper tie. The woman next to him has a dress made of the same material. Next to her is a woman wearing a snowflake obsidian dress. Her bracelet and earring is pyrite. The man she is dancing with has an amazonite tie. The man in the lower left has a tie made from chrysocolla and bromyrite. Next to him the woman to his right has a dress made of rose quartz. Above her and to the right the woman is wearing an amethyst dress. The man to the right and below her is wearing a tie made of rainbow calcite silica.
-Jonathan Mandell c. 2004
May 28th, 2010
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