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Christopher Maschinot, USA
Bronze Eye
Glazed stoneware.
54cm.H x 56W x 8D / 21.25in.H x 22W x 3.25D
Price: $5,900

Christopher Maschinot, USA
Blue Eye, 2023
Glazed stoneware with moon gold leaf.
54cm.H x 57W x 11.5D / 21.25in.H x 22.5W x 4.5D
Price: $5,900


Christopher Maschinot, USA
Quiet Son Mirror
Stoneware with glaze, mirror, ply backing, steel hardware.
65cm.H x 83.5W x 5.5D / 25.5in.H x 32.75W x 2.175D
Price: $6,800

Jonatan Nilsson, Sweden
Gates of Perception Mirror
Resin, styrofoam, 3D printed PLA, rubber tube, nylon, metal hardware.
115cm.H x 87W x 45D / 45.25in.H x 34.25W x 17.75D
Price: $25,000

Kenneth Nilson, USA
Stainless steel and brass.
67cm.H x 65W x 7D / 26.5in.H x 25.5W x 3D
Price: $7,800

Matt Repsher, USA
Fish Plate Mirror X
incised ceramic, colored slip, mirror, cork.
48cm.Dia x 8 Deep / 19in.Dia x 3.25 Deep
Price: $4,900

Matt Repsher, USA
Fish Plate Mirror VIII
incised ceramic, colored slip, mirror, cork.
34cm.Dia x 6 Deep / 13.5in.Dia x 2.5 Deep
Price: $3,500

Matt Repsher, USA
Fish Plate Mirror VII
incised ceramic, colored slip, mirror, cork.
32.5cm.Dia x 6 Deep/ 12.75in.Dia x 2.5 Deep
Price: $3,500

Rachel David, USA
Scales Mirror
Forged, formed and fabricated steel and stainless steel, brass,selenite, glass mirror.
125.5cm.H x 86W x 14D / 49.5in.H x 34W x 5.5D
Price: $28,000





Alex Zablocki, USA
Large Rectangular Platter with Glaze Stack Composition #1
Hand-built porcelain clay with glaze and colored porcelain aggregate, sculpted epoxy.
50.8cm.H x 65W x 11D / 20in.H x 25.5W x 4.25D
Price: $9,500

Christopher Maschinot, USA
Protagonist (Use Me)
Stoneware with slip oxide and moon gold leaf.
44cm.H x 43W x 8.5D / 17.25in.H x 17W x 3.5D
Price: $4,500

Elizabeth Brandt, USA
Modern Language
Cotton fabric and batting, hand-tied with floss.
91.5cm.H x 83.8W / 36in.H x 33W
Price: $2,900

Elizabeth Brandt, USA
Cotton fabric and batting, machine quilted.
each 133.4cm.H x 91.5W / 52.5in.H x 36W
Price: $3,800 each

Left: Dreamer, 2024,
Rigth: Game Plan, 2024

Judit Just Antelo, USA / Spain
Rainbow Beacon
Hand knotted and woven wool and acrylic yarn, vintage silk, viscose,
cotton and lace, with solid aluminum dowel for hanging.
152.5cm.H x 106.8W / 60in.H x 42.W
Price: $11,500

Judit Just Antelo, USA / Spain
Kaleidoscopic Portal 2: Stepping Out of Darkness
Hand knotted and woven wool and acrylic yarn, with steel rod for hanging.
182.8cm.H x 127W x 14D / 72in.H x 50W x 5.5D
Price: $19,500




hand painted canvas flooring

An alternative to carpets, floorcloths were popular in the newly independent USA, evidenced by Thomas Jefferson installing them in the White House.

Early floorcloths often mimicked the expensive floors they were protecting, such as parquet, tile, and marble. As the form became popular, the dominant method of freehand painting gave way to more readily reproducible techniques like stenciling and printing, often in particularly intricate patterns.

The floorcloths offered by Culture Object are produced by two different artists, Neelam Padte and Megan Enright, each working in their own unique style.

Both execute their work on heavy duty cotton canvas using durable modern paints and multiple protective coatings. Their floorcloths are available exclusively by commission and each one is created as a unique artwork.

We invite you to visit the gallery to see an example by each artist in daily use.



Neelam Padte

Neelam favors an expressive freehand abstract painting technique characterized by line drawings on flowing fields of color. Her imagery betrays her many years working in a traditional historical style, as stenciled patterns often float alongside wisps of brush strokes.


Neelam Padte, USA
The Ocean Waves Sing Love
Canvas, latex paint, artist grade acrylic paints, white glue, water based varnish.
243.8W x 426.7D / 96in.W x 168D
Price: $24,640