Hindman’s upcoming Springborn Collection sale features a wide variety of contemporary crafts. The auction offers Wendell Castle’s ‘Seven Days of the Week’ dining set, crafted in 1997. The dining table is made of ebonized mahogany wood; it showcases Castle’s signature stack lamination technique. The ten biomorphic chairs have ash legs and contrasting upholstery. Castle’s pieces, considered works of art for their distinctive designs, have found permanent places in museums and cultural institutions.
Pushing the limits of glass art is Mary Ann Toots Zynsky’s untitled vessel. It will be showcased in the Springborn sale. Zynsky uses heat-formed glass threads to form a vessel. She has received acclaim for her exploration of colors and shapes in glassmaking. Nine lots from Albert Paley are also available in the event, including a fabricated steel breakfast table topped with glass. Find more contemporary crafts online by visiting Bidsquare.
# of Lots:60
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Wendell Castle (1932-2018) Seven Days of the Week Dining Table and Ten Chairs, 1997|| Estimate: |
|Albert Paley (b. 1944) Breakfast Table, 1993Edition of 14|| Estimate: |
|Toots Zynsky (b. 1951) Untitled Vessel|| Estimate: |
|Wendy Maruyama (b. 1952) Cowabunga II, 1990|| Estimate: |
|Tommy Simpson (b. 1939) She's One Hot Tomato Cabinet, 2004|| Estimate: |