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Solid Teak Abstract Wall Sculpture by Northwest Artist Leroy Setziol

Beautifully formed wall sculpture by Northwest artist Leroy Setziol. (b.1915-d.2005)
Solid teak.
A composer in wood, Leroy Setziol created lyrical sculpture that honors the beauty of a material strongly identified with the Northwest. The black walnut, teak, fir, and other woods he employed enhanced his complex gridded compositions, bringing them to life. A self-taught, intuitive worker, Setziol visualized his complex carvings using the grid as an armature to frame imaginative shapes. Throughout his career, his sculpture ranged from intimate works to large-scale public commissions. The largest work on display is an elegant, teak, two-panel wall relief from 1991. Twenty-three works are on view, including free-standing sculpture, totems, and a variety of wall reliefs.

Setziol’s sculpture gained greater recognition with Portland’s architectural community in 1964 when he was invited by Northwest Regionalist architect John Storrs to carve a series of large-scale relief panels for Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Recognized for the commission’s fine quality and compatibility with Modernist architecture, Setziol subsequently was invited by many of Oregon’s leading architects to collaborate on commissioned projects. His work has been exhibited widely around the Northwest, and Setziol received several awards during his lifetime, notably the Portland AIA Artist of the Year Award and the Oregon Governor’s Award for the Arts.

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“Abstract Sphinx” Freestanding Cedar Sculpture by Northwest Sculptor Leroy Setziol

“Abstract Sphnix” freestanding sculpture by Leroy Setziol (1915 – 2005).
Solid cedar.
A composer in wood, Leroy Setziol created lyrical sculpture that honors the beauty of a material strongly identified with the Northwest. The black walnut, teak, fir, and other woods he employed enhanced his complex gridded compositions, bringing them to life. A self-taught, intuitive worker, Setziol visualized his complex carvings using the grid as an armature to frame imaginative shapes. Throughout his career, his sculpture ranged from intimate works to large-scale public commissions. The largest work on display is an elegant, teak, two-panel wall relief from 1991. Twenty-three works are on view, including free-standing sculpture, totems, and a variety of wall reliefs.

Setziol’s sculpture gained greater recognition with Portland’s architectural community in 1964 when he was invited by Northwest Regionalist architect John Storrs to carve a series of large-scale relief panels for Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Recognized for the commission’s fine quality and compatibility with Modernist architecture, Setziol subsequently was invited by many of Oregon’s leading architects to collaborate on commissioned projects. His work has been exhibited widely around the Northwest, and Setziol received several awards during his lifetime, notably the Portland AIA Artist of the Year Award and the Oregon Governor’s Award for the Arts.

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“Totem” Black Walnut Freestanding Sculpture by Leroy Setziol

“Totem freestanding scultpture by Leroy Setziol (b.1915-d.2005).
Black walnut.
A composer in wood, Leroy Setziol created lyrical sculpture that honors the beauty of a material strongly identified with the Northwest. The black walnut, teak, fir, and other woods he employed enhanced his complex gridded compositions, bringing them to life. A self-taught, intuitive worker, Setziol visualized his complex carvings using the grid as an armature to frame imaginative shapes. Throughout his career, his sculpture ranged from intimate works to large-scale public commissions. The largest work on display is an elegant, teak, two-panel wall relief from 1991. Twenty-three works are on view, including free-standing sculpture, totems, and a variety of wall reliefs.

Setziol’s sculpture gained greater recognition with Portland’s architectural community in 1964 when he was invited by Northwest Regionalist architect John Storrs to carve a series of large-scale relief panels for Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Recognized for the commission’s fine quality and compatibility with Modernist architecture, Setziol subsequently was invited by many of Oregon’s leading architects to collaborate on commissioned projects. His work has been exhibited widely around the Northwest, and Setziol received several awards during his lifetime, notably the Portland AIA Artist of the Year Award and the Oregon Governor’s Award for the Arts.

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“Abstract Phoenix” Wall Sculpture by Northwest Sculptor Leroy Setziol

Abstract Phoenix” Oak wall sculpture by Leroy Setziol (b.1915-d.2005).
Solid oak.
A composer in wood, Leroy Setziol created lyrical sculpture that honors the beauty of a material strongly identified with the Northwest. The black walnut, teak, fir, and other woods he employed enhanced his complex gridded compositions, bringing them to life. A self-taught, intuitive worker, Setziol visualized his complex carvings using the grid as an armature to frame imaginative shapes. Throughout his career, his sculpture ranged from intimate works to large-scale public commissions. The largest work on display is an elegant, teak, two-panel wall relief from 1991. Twenty-three works are on view, including free-standing sculpture, totems, and a variety of wall reliefs.

Setziol’s sculpture gained greater recognition with Portland’s architectural community in 1964 when he was invited by Northwest Regionalist architect John Storrs to carve a series of large-scale relief panels for Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Recognized for the commission’s fine quality and compatibility with Modernist architecture, Setziol subsequently was invited by many of Oregon’s leading architects to collaborate on commissioned projects. His work has been exhibited widely around the Northwest, and Setziol received several awards during his lifetime, notably the Portland AIA Artist of the Year Award and the Oregon Governor’s Award for the Arts.

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Pair of Wassily Chairs Designed by Marcel Breuer for Knoll

Iconic Wassily armchairs designed in 1925 by Marcel Breuer for Knoll.
This pair from 1982.
Seamless chromed tubular steel frames with original black leather.
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Seat height 17.5″.

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Mid-Century Modern Walnut Highboy Dresser

Highest quality Mid-Century Modern high-boy dresser.

Kroehler, maker.

Walnut with brushed steel legs.

Step-back style with touch-latch doors which open to reveal four additional drawers.

Professionally restored and refinished by Lookmodern.

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Rare Set of Art Deco Dressers by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller

Exceptional, matched set of rarely seen dressers, designed by Gilbert Rohde.

Herman Miller, maker.

Birdseye Maple with Walnut bases, sides and offset drawer pulls.

Locking drawer with key included.

Professionally restored and refinished by Lookmodern.

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American Studio Craft “Pagoda” Mirror by David Ebner

Large, dramatic “Pagoda” mirror designed by David Ebner / David Ebner Studio.

Solid zebra wood.

Purchased directly from the artist in NYC in 2000.

Signed and dated.

David Ebner played a pivotal role in the development of studio furniture during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Ebner, who studied under Wendell Castle at the School for American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, is known for his elegant, pared down works that blur the line between furniture and sculpture. Through his groundbreaking efforts, Ebner has helped redefine studio craft furniture as functional art.

After graduating from the School for American Craftsmen, Ebner studied at the London School of Furniture Design. He established his own studio in Long Island, New York, in 1973, where he continues to work. Ebner’s furniture is represented in a number of major institutions, including the National Collection of Fine Art, Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, the American Craft Museum in New York, the High Museum in Atlanta, The Art Institute of Chicago, the Yale University Art Gallery in Connecticut, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

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Custom Designed American Studio Craft Coffee Table by David Ebner

Custom designed American Studio Craft “Sternum” coffee table by David Ebner / David Ebner Studio.

Solid zebra wood.

Early one-of-a-kind creation.

As noted by Incollect experts: David Ebner played a pivotal role in the development of studio furniture during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Ebner, who studied under Wendell Castle at the School for American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, is known for his elegant, pared down works that blur the line between furniture and sculpture. Through his groundbreaking efforts, Ebner has helped redefine studio craft furniture as functional art.

After graduating from the School for American Craftsmen, Ebner studied at the London School of Furniture Design. He established his own studio in Long Island, New York, in 1973, where he continues to work. Ebner’s furniture is represented in a number of major institutions, including the National Collection of Fine Art, Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, the American Craft Museum in New York, the High Museum in Atlanta, The Art Institute of Chicago, the Yale University Art Gallery in Connecticut, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

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Post-Modern Combination Chess & Checkers Set By Michael Graves

Post-Modern chess and checkers set designed by famed architect, Michael Graves.

Chess board is marked with Graves tag. Each chess and pawn piece is signed Graves,circa 2000.

Feqtures uniquely styled resin chess and checkers pieces in faux ebony and faux ivory.

Beautiful beech board is attached to the box.

Original instructions included.

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