Dark Planet by David Harber
The sundial has marked the passage of time since the dawn of civilisation. Its simplicity continues to fascinate, even though the principal components of the sundial face and the shadow-casting gnomon are the same today as ever.
Where there is water, there is life. And not only life but light, movement, reflection and sound. As an interior or garden installation, David Harber's water features create an aural and visual oasis that can calm the soul and satisfy the eye.
Many David Harber sculptures are suitable for interior locations and can be adapted often with metals which may change in appearance outside, being made to keep their irridescence and lustre
Every David Harber creation is, in essence, a sculpture. David is inspired by the abstract qualities of light, shadow, reflection and organic structure, and delights in exploring the juxtaposition of contrasting yet complementary materials.
Free Standing Sculpture.
David is inspired by the abstract qualities of light, shadow, reflection and organic structure, and delights in exploring the juxtaposition of contrasting yet complementary materials .
Corporate Art and Sculpture.
From Barbados to Singapore, David Harber's sundials, sculptures and water features provide a dramatic focal point for fine contemporary landscaping and interior design.
David Harber has earned an international reputation for creating innovative, contemporary designs paying homage to the past, and taking the marking of time as his inspiration.
Fascinated by the use of shadows, David incorporates light, water and reflections to create surprising and delightful illusions. His work has an ethereal quality, drawing integrity from his commitment to using only the finest quality materials; beautiful, sometimes mysterious, always intriguing.
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