Parlor North Wall

Parlor Overview

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A series of 12 panels covering about 125 square feet.
Largest central panel: 9' w x 7' h
Two tables: 1.25' w x 5.25' each

Tumbled and polished marble, precious and semi-precious stone, Australian serpentine, granite, ammonite fossils, stained and dichroic glass, ceramic, mirror, shell, beads, carved clay, horn, pearls, opal, amethyst, crystal, onyx, seashells, carved stone

The panels are derived from the paintings of Pre-Raphaelite artist, Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, and portray idyllic images of the Classical era in a formal parlor in San Francisco.

Julie Goodson Lawes,

photos: David Peterson, Rebecca Ford, Todd Pickering