Who said that switch plates always have to be rectangular or square?
These pieces take on the shape that they want and the idea is to have a 2D sculpture on your wall that serves its intended function as well. They are textured and gilded, just as all the other ones that I show on my site. Right now, I`m making them in oversize standard singles, and will work on other sizes later on. Scroll down to see more textured pieces. firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Here`s a couple more that were just finished today (02/11/15). Bring on the textures!!
|This one has a metallic terracotta base and is heavily textured and gilded. Then I made aluminum spirals and gold filled wire accents. This one needs to be clicked on for the full effect.|
New Summer/Fall 2015 Textures:
ranging from metallic olive to turquoise and deep azure. Available in doubles, triples,
"Tonga" This piece combines an intriguing texture and multiple layers of silver oxide. This piece will look lovely near any artwork or fixtures that have either black or stainless nearby.
"Waterfall" has a deep flowing texture and is gilded in teal, aqua, turquoise, and indigo. I can make this piece in triples, quads, and combos - as well as in other colors.
A customer sent me this photo of my "Leaves of Nature" switch plates installed in her already "artified" home. Now imagine if the switch plates used were those plain white ones.... big difference! Click to see a more detailed view.
******* New Decora Gallery for 2015:
A never ending parade of textures to grace your walls! Many of these textures can be done as a single, triple, or a quad Decora - please inquire.
|"Ocean Waves" this bold texture conveys a swirling motion.|
"Edges" is an intricate texture gilded with mostly copper and bronze.
"Star Gazing" This bold and deeply etched texture adds just the right finishing touch to your well thought out decor.
"Lace" This texture has several layers, creating an intriguing 3D effect.
"River Bed" - another intricate and detailed texture with a lot to see. Click to enlarge.
"Rubies" with its array of texture and depth, cause the mundane to be "artified".