Handcrafted metal sailfish sculpture by coastal sculptor Chase Allen of The Iron Fish Gallery & Studio on Daufuskie Island, SC Finally, we get to see the final placement of this wonderful metal sailfish sculpture in vintage white patina. Credit interior decorator Cathleen Trask of Cathleen Trask Interiors for this unique design as Cathleen commissioned this […]
See The Finished Sailfish Sculpture Handmade For Cathleen Trask Interiors!! The sailfish art photographed below is 5 feet long! It was handcrafted for Cathleen Trask of Cathleen Trask Interiors. Scroll down the page to see previous pictures of the sailfish decor as it was made. __________________________________________________________________ Here is the finished coastal […]
Sail Fish Sculpture
The sailfish sculpture photographed below is 5 feet long! It is forged out of steel by metal sculptor Chase Allen on Daufuskie Island, SC. This fish decoration was comissioned by Cathleen Trask of Cathleen Trask Interiors.
This photograph was taken prior to the paint being applied, so be sure to check back next week to see the finished sailfish art!
Also, you can see Chase’s current spring/summer 2012 collection by clicking here.
The beachy decoration photographed below is called “Figure Eight Island”, and is from the current collection of Iron Fish art.
Fish sculptures make a great gift, they look great in any beach house, and come in our SPECIAL GIFTWRAPPING!!
Wrapped in butcher paper as a “Fresh Catch of the Day!”, your friends will love opening this present.
Iron Fish Special Giftwrapping
Don’t forget to take a look at Chase’s NEW line of ‘Re-invented Nightlights’. They take coastal lighting to a whole new level! Scroll down to see one of these nautical decorations first during the day, and then below that you can see how it changes at night, truly breathtaking.
Here is Blue Crab Re-invented Nightlight during the day, notice the rustic finish that Chase’s work is famous for:
Blue Crab Night Light
And here is Blue Crab ‘Re-invented Nightlight’ at night, see how the light pours through the metal canvas containing 100-200 individual cuts, an entirely new form of coastal sconce lighting:
Coastal Night Light