Heart Hinged Frame
The Heart Collection is built around the simple but universal symbol of love, hope, friendship and caring. The shape of the heart creates instant responses in us all and carries a world of meaning that changes according to the intent of both the giver and the recipient. In Aram's version, the classic motif is interpreted through ancient techniques of handcraftsmanship.
"These heart pieces are all unique as they are hand forged and cut. There is an individuality to each object, just as our hearts and expressions of love are different from person to person, from moment to moment. I imagine that as we use these simple objects, they serve as nostalgic mementos of love."
DETAILS AND MATERIALS
|5x7 Photo Frame (12.7 cm x 17.8 cm)
|Overall 45.7 cm L x 26.7 cm H
Closed 22.9 cm L x 26.7 cm H
|2x3 Photo Frame (5.08 cm x 7.62 cm)
|Overall 17.1 cm L x 10.2 cm H
Closed 8.89 cm L x 10.2 cm H
Michael is highly inspired by his surroundings and often makes sculptures of objects that might otherwise be overlooked in the everyday. Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process.
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If your Michael Aram selection does not entirely meet your satisfaction, we will gladly exchange or refund your purchase, exclusive of delivery charges and any discounts applied, within 30 days from the date of delivery.
The Three M's
MICHAEL IS HIGHLY INSPIRED BY HIS SURROUNDINGS AND OFTEN MAKES SCULPTURES OF OBJECTS THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE OVERLOOKED IN THE EVERYDAY. NATURE IS HIS BIGGEST MUSE, AS IS THE HANDMADE PROCESS.
Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael has neatly applied his diverse background to the decorative arts.
Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process. His work combines the imperfections innate in the handmade process.
Today, over 200 artisans work alongside him in his workshop where the same creative interaction between artist and artisan remains.