Alex Roskin’s Monumental Bronze and Rosewood Dining Table runs an impressive 14 feet, with the ability to seat between 12 to 14 people. The table’s base follows Roskin’s penchant for muscular forms, bowed and sinuous. The base form is first sculpted by the artist and then cast in bronze. Roskin hand-rubs the base with a dark patina giving the table contrasting areas of polished and patinated bronze. The table top is of East Indian Laurel Rosewood, and has been book-matched, sculpted and finished by the artist.
This monumental table is available by commission. Custom dimensions and finishes may be accommodated.
Inspired by innovative designers including Richard Serra, Wendel Castle, and Constantin Brancusi, Alex Roskin’s works blend functional and artistic design. Of his own work, Roskin notes: “I try with each piece to create a stance and a presence, some with more contrapposto. I aim to give each piece a feeling that it’s inhaling or ready to make a move. I try to steer clear of the decorative, but to draw on mass, volume, line, negative space, and my love of materials and the craft of working with them.” Roskin and his wife, a painter, live and work in Ancram, New York.
Dimensions: 28.5 h x 177 w x 43.5 d inches
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