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Catch A Wave

Catch A Wave



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Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
We also offer an installment payment program and art installation services: contact us for more details.
About the Artwork

“Catch a Wave” is narrative about a sailboat cresting a wave. The boat crests the wave…what happens next? A strongly organic work with sweeping contours curving in 3 dimensions creating the movement and complimented by the geometric angles created by the intersection of the curving planes. Curves are echoed in sailboat, the crest and body of the wave. The sensuous nature of the smooth black stone invites a touch….maybe a caress!

Technique:Vancouver Island Marble
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Unframed Size:17in x 9in x 7in
Frame:Not framed
Weight:Unknown; Contact sales for a shipping quote
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
Standard shipping is via Canada Post ground. Typically, packages sent within Canada are received in 5-12 days. For expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
A payment program is available with three equal installments- we can work together to support artists and your budget! Contact us for details.

Bruce Kleeberger, AFCA

Surrey, British Columbia

Inspiration for Bruces’ is the shapes and forms of the natural world. Organic contours and edges comprise his work. A blank canvas such as Carrara marble or complex hues of onyx, infinite number of ways to view and appreciate these forms, experienced fully by tactile appreciation and interacting with art.

"Experience shape and form of natural stone through tactile interaction."

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