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The Wall #8

The panels are not just flat, painted tiles, but contain quite heavily extruded bas relief details, as I have tried to illustrate with this angled view.

 

There is no glazing over the paint, so it will fade and will have to be refreshed in a few years.

 

I hope you have found this mini-series interesting.

The Wall #8

The panels are not just flat, painted tiles, but contain quite heavily extruded bas relief details, as I have tried to illustrate with this angled view.

 

There is no glazing over the paint, so it will fade and will have to be refreshed in a few years.

 

I hope you have found this mini-series interesting.

comments (16)

Joli, ainsi on voit bien les reliefs.
Ray: Je pensais que je devais laisser mes copains SC voir le détail des panneaux, Martine ... Je suis impressionné par ce mur.
you certainly show the length of this piece, Ray. that will be some recurring revenue for the painters then.
Ray: I certainly hope they freshen the artwork up from time to time, Ayush, as it is a lovely wall.
I've looked back through this series Ray - and each is quite remarkable! I quite like the first - showing the size of the installation, the second with the dancers, and this one - showing the depth of the bas relief.
Ray: Thank you, Elizabeth...you are very generous.
Totally interesting, Ray, and even more so seeing the 3D effect!
Ray: It is a quite lovely wall, Ginnie.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 7 Aug 2017, 06:42
This is amazing. I looked at the whole series, staring out with the mountain bike bike againse the tree and have an overview. Beautiful colours and an amazing piece of art!
Ray: Thank you, Astrid...you are very kind.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 Aug 2017, 07:10
This view is interesting.
Ray: Thank you, Philine. I thought it might help the image viewer to get a better idea of what I was pointing my smartphone at.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 7 Aug 2017, 07:15
More than interesting Squire, fascinating..
Ray: Thank you, Chris. I thought so, too.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Aug 2017, 07:32
yes, I have a enjoyed the series, aided by your commentary. The relief here is obvious. Do you know what the panels are made from?
Ray: The panels are made from kiln-fired terracotta tiles, I think, Alan.
It was very interesting Ray
Ray: Thank you, Bill.
Very interesting and thank you for the professional description of this work.
Ray: You are very kind, Chad.
Most impressive, a great mini series
Ray: Thank you, Martin. I am glad yo found it of interest.
Interesting pov, Ray, and, yes, the series has been very interesting.
Ray: Thank you, Tom.
All of your series are entertaining in different way ray but I'm really pleased you bought us this one, it has been superb.
Ray: You are very kind, Brian.
I have enjoyed the series very much and wish I could remember exactly where the similar work I saw in AU. I have seen the theme in other towns too, showing panels with the industry or heritage moments immortalized.
Ray: I don't recall seing this style in Australia, Mary, but it is certainly common in Thailand.
Very interesting to see it in three dimensions...
Ray: I thought it might add something to the series to complete it this way, Larry.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 7 Aug 2017, 23:09
It is a special wall of panels - it probably draws a lot of visitors.
Ray: I might be the only person who has ever stopped to study the wall, Louis...there is no evidence of worn grass in front of it.

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