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.

If you are interested in commissioning a bespoke sculpture display plinth to protect and present a piece within your own fine art collection, please contact a member of our team.

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Neil Gall - Miniature Sculpture Display Plinth
Neil Gall - Miniature Sculpture Display Plinth
Neil Gall - Miniature Sculpture Display Plinth

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