Resnick’s unusual interpretation of furniture as art sets these one of a kind pieces apart making each one a centerpiece that you could design a room around. The simple elegance of the hand forged metal supports lends a masculine touch and nicely balances the voluptuously feminine lines and vibrant colors of the ceramic elements. The classic Pendleton blanket design would enhance the décor of any hunting lodge. What custom designed accent does your home need?
If you don’t have a green thumb, ceramic flowers could be your answer. The wide variety of vibrant colors and the dramatic larger than life sized blooms will bring your spring garden instantly to life. Each flower is individually formed and perches atop a beautiful hand forged stem.
If flowers are not your thing perhaps some swimming fish or a necklace for a giant might tickle your fancy. If you can imagine it, Candace can make it for you.
Swim with them, sit in front of the fire with them or chop your vegetables with them. Ceramic murals are not just for the bathroom anymore. Tile is indeed long lasting and durable: A smart a long term investment which, happily, no longer has to be just a practical decision. If you have a vision, Candace can make it come alive on your wall or in the bottom of your pool or spa. The possibilities are endless, let your imagination soar.
Not sure if you might be moving soon? If you are in transit, as so many are these days, you probably aren’t interested in permanently attaching any kind of art to your walls. If this is your situation, a beautiful ceramic wall hanging, which can relocate with you, is the way to go. Combining bas-relief and the sculptural capacity of clay with her masterful use of trompe l’oille, Resnick creates 3 dimensional wall pieces that do wonders for your space, simulating windows where none exist and providing vivid color and depth not achievable in a 2 dimensional piece of art.
Not just pots…..Though you could serve pasta or a salad in any of these ceramic vessels, why would you want to. Maybe just for the surprised “oohs” and “ahhs” that you would elicit from your guests once the plates and bowls are licked clean. True, they are utilitarian but also so beautiful that you will prefer to display them everyday rather than tucking them away between dinner parties.