CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE &
A joint venture between David, and his neighbours at Hanscomb Glass Studio and Mermaid in Elora.
You'll find it on Church Street between Metcalfe and Geddes Streets in downtown Elora.
Stop by and have a look; take a selfie or a group portrait.
(Work is still underway with completion expected 2019)
Base: Marty Van Vliet and Mark
both literally and figuratively the foundation of the tower.
poured concrete base is punctuated with antique farm parts and machinery
famed quotes presented on the steps hint at humankindsí fascination with Time
and itís struggles to measure and control it.
Tower: David Cross, Rio Bravo Ironworks
structural steel frame is fabricated from new materials.
The whimsical clockworks are comprised of reimagined
components from the former Krug Furniture factory in Kitchener and re-purposed
machinery parts from local farms.
Face: Neil Hanscomb, Hanscomb Glass
Comprised of many individual, hand-cut pieces, the face was assembled and fused in a kiln, then finished with custom crafted hands.
refinement of the face completes the clockworks as they transform from the bulky
lower levels to the more decorative top.
motif is reflected in three accent panels as well.
All contents and product designs Copyright David Cross and Rio Bravo Service Corp.
See David's Arts & Crafts inspired products at eloracraftsman.ca