TJ Volonis, ‘Kinstugi Study #35’, 2016, Sculpture, Reclaimed red granite panel, urushi (lacquer), 24 karat gold, Ground Floor Gallery
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TJ Volonis

Kinstugi Study #35, 2016

Reclaimed red granite panel, urushi (lacquer), 24 karat gold
18 × 18 × 2 in
45.7 × 45.7 × 5.1 cm
$3,500
Location
Brooklyn
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TJ Volonis
American, b. 1977
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Interested in patterns and experimentation, Brooklyn-based artist TJ Volonis produces abstract, geometric sculptures that “focus on the dependent relationship between the whole and the segment, and the fragile balance between order and disorder,” as he describes it. He was selected by Curate NYC as a top emerging artist in 2013 and worked on a commission for the Far Rockaway Redevelopment Fund. Volonis’ material of choice is copper, which he alchemizes into beautiful patterned arrangements, as well as furniture, raising fundamental questions about matter and space.

TJ Volonis, ‘Kinstugi Study #35’, 2016, Sculpture, Reclaimed red granite panel, urushi (lacquer), 24 karat gold, Ground Floor Gallery
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About the work
TJ Volonis
American, b. 1977
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Interested in patterns and experimentation, Brooklyn-based artist TJ Volonis produces abstract, geometric sculptures that “focus on the dependent relationship between the whole and the segment, and the fragile balance between order and disorder,” as he describes it. He was selected by Curate NYC as a top emerging artist in 2013 and worked on a commission for the Far Rockaway Redevelopment Fund. Volonis’ material of choice is copper, which he alchemizes into beautiful patterned arrangements, as well as furniture, raising fundamental questions about matter and space.

TJ Volonis

Kinstugi Study #35, 2016

Reclaimed red granite panel, urushi (lacquer), 24 karat gold
18 × 18 × 2 in
45.7 × 45.7 × 5.1 cm
$3,500
Location
Brooklyn
Have a question? Visit our help center.