There can be little more gratifying than to have the Lens Vases I designed for ikebana flower arrangement requested by an interior designer in Japan. This set is on its way now to Interculture Art in Tokyo. We have worked with Interculture Art in the past, and they have placed several of our wallpieces and many vases. David originally designed the Part Scrap Round Vase, a variant on our classic Round Vases based on a request from Interculture Art in 1999.
This is the kind of vase order we like – variety in size, style, and
color, all well chosen to go well together. This set was carefully
thought out by Brian Farrell, but we enjoy making such selections up as well, and always
welcome orders that just ask for a good, coordinated set of colors.
With few exceptions, we tend to patina our vases one solid color. Earlier this year, one of our gallery owners, Brian Farrell of Milward Farrell Fine Art was looking at our modular wallpieces and requested one of our slab vases with the square-in-square pattern usually used only on the modular wallpiece panels. We instantly agreed this would be a good idea, and this is the result. We will offer these in future in different patterns of patina colors within the square-in-square style.