ULUBURUN AMPHORA

By Derrick A. Te Paske

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An imagined artifact from the Uluburun, the oldest shipwreck ever found (off the southwest coast of Turkey in 1982), c.1300 BCE.

Wood (black cherry, lathe-turned and carved, with surface of patinated copper leaf)

9 x 9 x 17 inches

About the artist

Derrick Te Paske has exhibited his work throughout New England, ranging from his local Belmont Gallery of Art to two Biennials at the Fuller Craft Museum, and the Peabody Essex Museum’s 2015 Audacious: The Fine Art of Wood. Since his retirement from academia in 2020, he has participated in 28 juried exhibitions, including Concord Arts, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Cambridge Art Association, and Arts Worcester, along with three (open, invitational, and national) exhibits at the Attleboro Arts Museum. This year, the list includes the Newport Art Museum’s Biennial, and VARIATIONS, the centennial national exhibit of the Marblehead Art Association. His work has twice appeared in American Woodturner magazine, and was featured in ARTBEAT, both in print and online. He is represented in the international selection 500 Wood Bowls, the art collections of the Ink Block Gallery of the AC Hotel Boston, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the permanent collection of the Peabody Essex Museum. ...Read MoreRead Less
Media: Wood
Category: Other, Home/Decor

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