6 bottle wine rack

by Justin Kelchak
Handmade
Community Voted
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  • the story

Imbibe the Wave

Whether it's crisp and bright or dense and earthy, each wine's rich bouquet washes over the tastebuds with waves of intense flavor. Inspired by the power of the natural world, bronze artist Justin Kelchak captures the incredible sensorial impact of a single sip of wine in a sculptural holder that evokes the ocean's churning currents.

This optical tour de force balances any number of bottles in a striking wave-shaped swoop, cradling vino's best Beaujolais or their everyday Pinots with equal panache. Don't fear its stunning arc, Justin designed this piece for this specific purpose, making sure that your wines' weights are equally distributed making it a unique centerpiece that brings artistry to your best vino. A beautiful way to share bottles with friends, this fluid art piece adds flair to wine tastings and won't get tipsy when bottles are removed and enjoyed. Plus, angled storage keeps your wines contents from settling, so you can keep your vino balanced, both visually and in terms of flavor. Handmade in Oregon.

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  • details
Handmade
Community Voted
Item ID
21905
Made from
powder coated steel, mild steel
Measurements
20" L x 9" W x 4.5" H
Notes
Care: Clean with damp cloth.
  • the maker

Justin Kelchak

Justin Kelchak discovered his passion for creating metal art in 2003 when he began working for a local bronze art casting foundry. His passion and creativity quickly advanced him to the shop foreman position, which gave him the opportunity to personally build small intricate sculptures to massive 30 foot monuments for many world famous Artists such as Lorenzo Ghiglieri, Lawrence Stoller and Barry Stein. Weekends spent camping, hiking and exploring the many amazing waterfalls in Oregon instilled a desire to bring the beauty of nature indoors. When he began designing and building custom fountains and home decor in 2005, it quickly became obvious that he found his niche. He now creates a wide variety of art such as wall sculptures, tabletop sculptures, mood lighting, candle holders and wine racks.

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