Handcrafted wall clock inspired by circles, painted with milk paints and accented with embossed copper - fun…ctional!
Collaboration / Ode to Spring
Flower blocks painted by my mother-in-law; the clock designed by me. A small, circle swings at the bottom and a square spiral of hammered copper creates a focal point. Painted with milk paints and acrylics.
Contemporary meets industrial - large wall clock with hammered copper accents over taupe checkerboard and plum circles.
Cucuteni pendulum wall clock by mary potts
Cucuteni was the name given to the culture whose artifacts were found in this region of Romania. The word comes from the Romanian word for hemlock. I’m fascinated by the swirl motifs found painted on Cucuteni pottery dating from the Neolithic Period, and by the fact that the Cucuteni people appear to have had an egalitarian society.
This one-of-a-kind art clock is a collaboration between my mother-in-law and I - she’s a brilliant flower artist. The clock features 3 silver metallic, flowery squares on a black background with a circle design painted on the left side. Other accents include a hammered copper swirl and decoupaged designs on recycled paper. A small black and taupe circle pendulum swings gently at the bottom. You can find it here.
Water is Life Clock - Inspired by ancient motifs, meandering swirls rendered in copper and milk paint symbolize flowing water and its nourishing, life-sustaining properties. Designed and handcrafted by Mary Potts of Infinity Arts.