In 2009 Bob was invited by Mercy Hospice to develop a series of wall panels using his wall art squares to make various compositions, a ceramic garden, for years to come. The project, opened by the Prime Minister John Key, was launched with the centrepiece being displayed and pieces sold as remembrance tiles to raise funds for the hospice. They have been installed on the walls of the hospice courtyard that is used by patients and their families/friends. The panels were installed as they sold.The now completed wall art installation measures 16 meters x 1.2 meters. The hospice project offered Bob the opportunity to showcase his work on a much larger scale than usual, while at the same time raise much needed funds. Below is a panorama of most of the installation as well as a close up of a panel.
The Flax Square is a tile 12cm x 12cm and in high relief. It is designed to hang on a screw in any direction and can compose striking arrangements. The opening at the back of all the squares is circular so they could hang point up as well.
The ceramic is suitable for indoors but also is perfectly suited to outdoors even in frost.
Larger compositions can include any of the range making enormous possibilities such as the installation at Mercy Hospice in College Hill, Ponsonby.
This panel is one composition in the courtyard there at Mercy Hospice.
To see more information please visit the Exhibitions and Commissions page.View Our Best Selling Products