Edition of 200
The collection is called "Moon Tides" because the objects reflect off of each other with the repetition of colorful geometric shapes, marble waves and moon-like terrazzo. Tide is the rise and fall of water caused by gravitational forces of the moon and sun on the oceans of the earth. There are tidal cycles each day that contain two high tides and two low. Between high and low tide there is a current flow. This series explores that pull of movement and a tension that eases and tightens, while still maintaining an intricate balance throughout.
Each limited edition piece comes with a Certificate of Authenticity hand signed by the artist, and a pair of white gloves for art handling.
Material + Dimensions
3D Printed Plaster with Wax Matte Finish
3.25” H x 6.5” W x 6.5” D inches
8.3 x 16.5 x 16.5 cm
Made to order, 5 - 6 weeks. Our process consists of a combination of 3D fabrication and hand finishing. Once you make a purchase, your item is individually produced as soon as possible. Our team will keep you advised of your product's status from purchase to delivery.
Karin Haas is a NYC based multimedia artist. Living in Manhattan, her work is heavily inspired by her surroundings of architecture, and the geometric surfaces of stone, marble, terrazzo and tiled patterns. Karin breaks down these patterns and builds them back up to create abstract forms that focus on movement and balance. The city is very colorful and has influenced Karin to choose colors for her works more freely without overthinking it.