Tiled Clock # 35
approx. 7-1/2 x 7-1/2″
$275 // Please email me if you’re interested in purchasing this clock. You know it would look perfect in your home.
The frame of this clock is made with black polymer clay that I textured with sandpaper and then tore to create the ragged edges. The face is sort of faux quartz, made of translucent polymer with inclusions. After curing, I antiqued it with copper acrylic paint to enhance the cracks.
The tiles were individually made over a course of months, and include texturing and antiquing, an image transfer I made after playing with patterns in CorelDraw, surface paint manipulation, caneworking, a little faux ivory, and more. See the tile on the top row, second from the left? That was inspired by a photo of a facial tattoo on an Australian aborigine; I carved and then backfilled the pattern. The number marks are eyelets and the hands have a little texture to ’em.
As with all my clocks, this is mounted onto hardboard for stability and uses a high-quality, U.S.-made quartz movement with an on/off switch and a hanger. Battery is included.
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