meander concrete planterby Robert Cannon $450.00
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Get In the Groove
Artist Robert Cannon's body of work plays with the interplay of organic forms and modern materials, natural landscapes and man-made systems. Now, his work has branched out beyond exhibition work, bringing Cannon's unique vision to decorative and furniture design.
Here, he has created a planter that seems to have been formed by nature itself. The coiling, descending form has ridges and pockets for you to place ferns, moss, air plants and succulents, creating your own mythical garden. The piece is hand-built using durable, weather-resistant cement, and can be placed indoors or out. It could provide a striking contrast to the visual formality of a bookcase, become a striking centerpiece for your patio table, or even seem to rise up out of the earth itself as a focal point in your garden. Handmade in Hamilton, NJ.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
- Item ID
- Made from
- reinforced cement
- 15" L x 13.5" W x 21" H; 30 lbs.
- Care: rinse clean with water.
- the maker
In 1996, American sculptor/inventor Robert Cannon began creating a body of work with the goal of reconnecting physical nature and modern culture that he called Terraforms. Terraforms are living sculptures that integrate inhabitable landscapes with man-made forms and systems.
In 2012, expanding his sculpture practice and furthering his passion for great design, he incorporated Opiary, as his green design lab. collection
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- Artistic Design
- Attractive Design
- Weather Resistant
- No Drainage Holes
- Back Yard
- Front Yard
Comments about MEANDER CONCRETE PLANTER:
This planter is really unique and I had never seen anything like it before. I love the organic handmade look of it. I have it on top of a table out in my backyard garden. That being said, I think its a bit overpriced at $450, even taking into account that it is a handmade piece of art. Even though this is a planter, there are no drainage holes in the bottom to prevent anything you put into it from becoming waterlogged.
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