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6/16/2009

Eric Boyer’s Mesh Sculptures

I only have a few minutes this morning before having to head to a new clients home. (business is not totally dead). It is good to be busy, but I have to say I am longing for the days when I can fill this space with 3 or more posts a day full of interesting and exciting things. I am simply too busy right now, but I expect soon things will quiet – they always do.
Anyway, I wanted to share with you these sculptures that I have had on my desktop for weeks. They are created by Eric Boyer and his company is called Boyermesh. I think they are beautiful and I particularly like the vessels hanging in the tree – A great garden focal point don’t you think?

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  1. Lynn says:

    I love Eric Boyer’s mesh sculptures! They look amazing in a landscape setting. I like that they are slightly wonky and not perfect. I would like to see them in mass hanging in a large tree. Thanks for the great post.

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