This enormous version of the original ‘Tantalum' is nothing short of spectacular. With the increased dimensions, the hypnotic pull of this version is even stronger than that of the original. Nicholas Yust's metal artwork is second to none, and this piece is a shining example of the magnitude of his skill. The starburst explosion spans across seven metal panels, and seems to reach on to infinity. One of the most impressive things about this work is that viewers cannot tell whether the image is exploding outward, or being pulled into the center. This is only accomplished through the spectacular precision of the focal point and the balance of the lines. Many have described the sensations of this piece as having transported them to an entirely new dimension.
Nicholas has spent the better part of two decades perfecting his skill. His dedication to his work is easily seen in every individually ground line and curve. There is no question whether each groove was intentionally placed to reflect the light in a strategic way.
The artist is always open to considering custom orders - in fact, that is just how this large version of ‘Tantalum' came to be. If you love this piece, but would like some slight alteration in size or color, don't be shy - contact us to see your vision become a reality. This is also a common grind pattern that business customers request as the background of their custom metal logo signs (contact us for a quote.)
This metallic piece was designed to be placed in a large space. At nearly eight feet wide, it will easily become a focal point on nearly any size wall. This large version of ‘Tantalum' is an ideal piece to be placed in an open great room where it can be seen from many places in the house, or a vast lobby to entertain the eyes of your corporate visitors.
- Hand-crafted by Nicholas Yust
- Ships Worldwide
- Ultra High-Grade Metals
- Hangs easily on nails, screws or hooks
- Custom size or colors available upon request