Poetic and playful, this stainless steel and tempered glass outdoor urn reflects the environment and the changing light of day. Installed next to pond or river, the glass of the amphora shape creates the illusion that it is filling and emptying with water as the sun sets.
This sculpture can be created in three sizes and is limited to an edition of 20. The work can be created at 4 feet, 6 feet (pictured here) and 8 feet tall. The individual urns are priced at $24000, $34000 and $48000 USD, or $95000 for the three urns as a set in different sizes. Commissions require 8-10 weeks lead time before shipping.
The base requires a concrete pad, and the sculpture is bolted to the pad. The steel is polished stainless steel, the glass is heavy duty tempered glass. It has been installed in high wind, winter with ice and snow, and high heat situations and has remained totally stable.
Anne O’Callaghan was born in Ireland and immigrated to Canada in 1968. O’Callaghan, a multi-media and performance artist whose work encompasses photo-based work and site specific sculpture, earned a BFA from York University, Toronto.
Since 1981, O’Callaghan’s work has been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Ontario, Europe and Asia. Most recently in 2017-18, she took part in Impermanence, an exhibition on fragility at B#Side Gallery in Treviso, Italy; Who’s Listening, an exhibition held at the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Ontario; and in Art in the Time of Exchange at the Kunst Keller Krefeld in Krellfer, Germany. O’Callaghan’s work has been reviewed in Canadian Art Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Espace and Sculpture Magazine. Her work is held in private and corporate collections.