Kialara Excavatorelevator Complete Set 1,2 & 3 with matching Framed Canvases

฿0.92900

Included in each bar: giclee print on museum quality archival card stock, polished stainless steel enclosure, tempered glass, 1toz of .999 fine silver, tamper-evident hologram, display easel, T5 torx screwdriver

Date: 2015

Each Bar: 3.6″ x 2.2″ x 0.3″,

Total weight: 7.7 ounces

Excavatorelevator 1, 177/500

Excavatorelevator 2, 184/250

Excavatorelevator 3, 068/100

Canvas Pictures, 13 x 17, Professionally stretched & framed

Description

Signature Series – Ricky Allman ‘Excavatorelevator 1,2 & 3’ Bars & 3 Framed Canvases

Included in each bar: giclee print on museum quality archival card stock, polished stainless steel enclosure, tempered glass, one troy ounce of .999 fine silver, tamper-evident hologram, display easel, T5 torx screwdriver

signed: Ricky Allman and dated: 2015

Each Bar: 3.6″ x 2.2″ x 0.3″, total weight: 7.7 ounces

Excavatorelevator 1, limited edition of 500

Excavatorelevator 2, limited edition of 250

Excavatorelevator 3, limited edition of 100

The Framed Canvas Pictures

The 3 Canvases are each 13 x 17, beautiful abstract in brilliant colors, as seen in the wallets with the silver ounce coins. These were Professionally stretched & framed by “A Frame of Mind” (USA)

Statement from the artist: “Mining is at the crossroads of the natural world and the built environment. Mines are where we source all of our raw materials for everything humans have built on this planet. Digital mining is at a new crossroads with unknown possibilities. I think mining is an excellent metaphor for generating alternative economies and one that can help us make sense of more abstract algorithms and networks. As the world becomes increasingly complex and difficult to understand, it is critical that we plan for and design the future we want. I am interested in a future of self-replicating and evolving architecture that mines it’s own materials and disposes of it’s own waste. Visualizing possibilities gives us ideas that we can combine, embrace or reject, helping guide the development of future societies.”