email: firstname.lastname@example.org, for inquiries, if you saw a piece at a show you want, or if you have an idea for a commission or product design
Bellevue Arts Museum virtual show is now live through August 4th at bamartsfair.org. Please note as I have the Geneva Arts Festival the same weekend, some pieces will be sold there
Upcoming shows and exhibitions, booked so far, for 2021:
Just completed my best version yet of Alumenessence, 20" high, 8" wide, 1.5 inches thick, the optical effect works really well in this piece: (C) 2018 all rights reserved etc
Thank you for a great show season in 2019!
Apologies to these shows who invited me, but i was unabel to attend: ACC Minneapolis, Deep Ellum Arts Festival (Dallas), Artigras Fine Arts Jupiter FL, Tucson 6th street, Aspen, Evergreen, Chicago, State Street, HEA, Breckenridge main street, Salida, and about 5 other shows, they were all kind enough to invite me, but I will be unable to attend.
And an especially big thank you to the folks who gave me my first show, the Cherry Arts Show Stanley 2015.
Thank you to all of my customers! What fun! Customers from Florida, Colorado, Hawaii, France, Boulder, and other places. Thank you to Adena Sladek and Fred Hall for artistic and booth support!
Why do I not show all of my newest designs on this website? For me, the biggest joy is watching people react when they look at one of my pieces, can't get that in an email or phone call.
Apologies, about 70 new works not shown on the web.
Older shows where you may have seen my work:
Oh, almost forgot, in response to your many questions, on a limited basis I will do commissions. They must be either a variation of a series, or new work for public display in a gallery, restaurant, public building, building facade, fence, room divider, window panel, museum display or other public works. Yes, I can go larger, up to 5 x 10 feet in a single piece, and building sized after that.
Here area few from the Cherry arts show: (if you click on the pictures, they get larger) (Of course, all designs are copyright (C) 2004-2018 by Mark Zirinsky, All rights reserved. )
Please contact me: email@example.com
Photos are byJeff Scovil and Adena Sladek.
"One liner" series, about 18" high $450. A continuous line, this one is 102 feet long (sold)
"Speckled". 16" high, $425 (sold)
"Parquayed". 14" high. $550 (sold)
"radiance". 16" high. $675
"7 spheres #1". 12" high. $525
'Aluminessence, capped" 17" high. $1,600. Absolutely gorgeous. ** SOLD **
"Amoebilium". 19" high. sold
"Cellular Religion". 10" high. $425. Our faith is the sum of the bits and pieces of our beliefs, in what we each hold to be true.
"Family tree". 14" high. $575 (sold)
"lotfallah" 9" high. $375
"Speckled 2". 18" wide. sold
"Snakeskin". 9" high. Sold
"1 liner over 3". 9" high. $375
"Cavernous". 16" high. Sold
Alummonite. 15" high. $1,600 high
"Orthomium." 10" high. Sold.
"Cellulous". 13" high. Sold
Aluminessence #1. NFS.
"marching Bowl" 18" long. $1,300. All surfaces are absolutely flat, could have called this the "curveless" bowl.
pair of alummonites. a matching set. Sold
Photos are byJeff Scovil and Adena Sladek.
A few of them are:
Completed 2015. Carved aluminum. 22": high, 10" wide.
And a bowl, carved and engraved aluminum:
And a panel, also carved and engraved aluminum:
Of course, all designs are copyright (C) 2004-2015 by Mark Zirinsky, All rights reserved.
Symmetrical Z cut (tm). 2007, black wyoming nephrite jade. about 6.5 inches long, 2.5 mm thick. 122 carats. Photo by Jeff Scovil.
Some various works. Of hundreds of unique pieces, here are a few of the better ones. All designs (C) copyright 1997-2015 Mark Zirinsky. All rights reserved.
2007, Argentinian jade, 53.42 cts , 60 x 40 mm approx, 2.0 mm thick, photo by Jeff Scovil
2004, nephrite jade ands silver, 2,222.2 cts. Photo by Jeff Scovil
completed 2005, about 700 carats. Over 500 spherical facets. Photo by Jeff Scovil . Hand by Gail Devore. Carved nephrite and sterling.
1999. Sterling silver and gemstones. Weighs about 65 ounces. Set with 12 gemstones, labradorite, gem silica, amazonite, red agate, imperial picture jasper, rhodochrosite , lapis, crazy lace agate, meteorite, agate, sugilite.
Photo by Jeff Scovil.
Novmber, 2008. Made to honor and commemorate the Bar Mitvahs of both of my sons, David and Robert. Made from a 600 pound black jade boulder found in Wyoming in 1958, and sterling silver. The Star of David is carved from one piece of jade, about 4 inches in diameter, weighs in at 116 carats. The tree is lost wax cast, soldered, and forged, the chain is fabricated. Both stones are set to the silver, the star using a reverse hidden flush channel set technique, the jade arc segment set with a reverse expansion tension set. The Hebrew engraving roughly translates to "Here my sons, honor your father's teachings and don't forsake your mother's Torah"
Overall height (without chain) is about 12 inches, about 8 inches wide.