The fifth in the ‘Quadrant’ series by Possible Mirror, an ongoing series of unique square-format mirrors. They are inspired by the influential artist and designer Max Bill (1908 - 1994), who studied at the Bauhaus under Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky.
In sharp contrast to the previous Quadrant compositions, Quadrant No.5 is the first in the series to be monochrome. Here we see a paring back to the use of just black and white, which focuses the mind wholly on the geometric composition and upon form.
The pattern and colours subtly vary with each individual mirror, and they are unique to that particular piece. A simple-to-use hanging system allows the art mirror to be hung easily flush against the wall in either orientation, square or diagonal, to suit the setting.
The composition takes a mirrored glass panel with polished edges, thoughtfully juxtaposed with four unique hand painted panels in artist's acrylic, before being mounted into a hand-finished American white oak frame, which has been sealed and waxed.
Possible Mirror’s carefully composed art-related works offer strikingly original focal points for any room in your home, and they are very collectable. They can also be specifically commissioned to be custom made in different colours or sizes, to suit both domestic and corporate spaces. Each mirror is handmade, then stamped, numbered and signed on the reverse. Please contact us for more details.