Aluminum Relief Panels(38 items)
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Striking asian wall art
The detail of the carving is spectacular as well as the creative design. The framing and background material make the dragon stand out.
The Boonnak's home witnessed the birth of silver crafting in Thailand at the turn of the 20th century. King Chulalongkorn was patron of the arts and settled Burmese craftsmen the area.
"Our region's designs are all special. Each one is unique and grandiose." Her soft words echo the proud sentiments passed on by her family... read more
Popular Aluminum Relief Panels
Aluminum repousse panel, "Mother Elephant and Baby"$199.99
Thiva Boonnak captures the force of motherly love in this endearing panel featuring an elephant cradling her babe in her trunk. Boonnak admires elephants and is a keen observer of pachyderm life. She masterfully accomplishes the elephants' expressive portrait with repoussé precision on aluminum. Featuring a red velvet background, the panel is framed in raintree wood. It features a hook for hanging, or a stand for placing on a tabletop.
Mother and Child Sese Wood Relief Panels from Ghana (Pair), "Feeding Mothers"$149.99
Sharing an age-old bond, two mothers feed their children in this pair of relief panels from Ghana. George Alfred Frempong creates these reliefs, which he diligently hand-carves from sese wood. Colorful paint and embossed aluminum accentuates each majestic panel.
Aluminum repousse panel, "Lanna Countryside"$309.99
A vision from Thailand's past and yet still practiced today, villagers go about their chores tending their fields and animals. Thiva Boonnak works with repoussé techniques on aluminum to create a composition of exquisite artistry. Skillfully detailed, the panel is framed in velvet and rain tree wood.
Aluminum repousse panel, "The Dragon and the Phoenix I"$299.99
Together, the dragon and the phoenix symbolize the union of masculine and feminine forces in the Universe. Thiva Boonak is inspired by Chinese mystical symbols and characters found in ancient royal motifs and in wedding decorations. Between the two mythical beings, the sun is emblazoned with the , , and characters which, according to Taoist beliefs, stand for good fortune, prosperity and longevity, respectively. Working with repousse techniques, Boonnak crafts the images with vivid detail in aluminum. They are set against a crimson velvet background and framed in rain tree wood.