Neil Gall - Miniature Sculpture Display Plinth
Produced from a dried Halloween squash, this unusual sculpture by our long-time client and friend Neil Gall has found a new home within a bespoke presentation display box! The design of the stand was inspired by a photograph of the artwork featured in ‘Shelf Life’, a publication on the work of Neil Gall with essays from Simon Groom, Johanna Malt and Charles Darwent. In the photograph, the piece rests on a mirrored surface, creating a second face and a whole new dimension to the artwork. This idea has been replicated in our design by inserting a mirror into the base of the presentation box. The solid wooden plinth has been cut from poplar wood, sanded, stained and waxed by hand in our London workshops to a rich dark finish. The work is protected by an ultra violet light filtered Perspex cover to reduce the risk of damage from lighting, dust and airborne pollutants.
Neil Gall Sculpture