Noah's Ark Nut Dish

€160,00 EUR Sale Save

SKU130748

The Flights of Fancy Collection is a series of unique objects that celebrate whimsy in daily life. Whether seen individually or among other pieces, they evoke a sense of charm and fantasy. Drawing profoundly from Aram's background as a sculptor, each piece emerges from hand-sculpted clay and offers a child-like quality with an inherent depth of meaning.

"There is so much power in the story of Noah's Ark resting on Mount Ararat in historic Armenia. It has always been a potent representation of my own Armenian heritage. I am also very moved by the narrative of Noah's Ark and the survival of man and animal after the great flood is a powerful story. Even though it is a well-known old testament reference, all great monotheistic religions accept the ark as a symbol of mankind's salvation. I wanted to represent it for everyone!"

DETAILS & MATERIALS

  • 9.53 cm W x 23.5 cm L x 12.7 cm H
  • Dish 5.72 cm W x 18.4 cm L
  • Black Nickelplate
  • Stainless Steel

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.

Michael

Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael has neatly applied his diverse background to the decorative arts.

Motif

Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process. His work combines the imperfections innate in the handmade process.

Making

Today, over 200 artisans work alongside him in his workshop where the same creative interaction between artist and artisan remains.