Posted by specialK March 07, 2013

Artist Steve Harrington has once again collaborated with Case Studyo with incredible results. Harrington has made a collection of four different Remain in Balance lamps with each design limited to 12 pieces. This is the first time Steve has worked with wood and the results are striking. Each lamp represents "the harmony we seek in our daily lives, an an inspired and inspiring reminder of the importance of equanimity." The lamps are hand carved, hand painted with a hand splattered linen drum lamp shade. The natural feel and look of the sculpted lamps certainly make them more than just a functional accent piece for a room, the lamps are works of art. Each Remain in Balance lamp is hand carved from Beech wood, Tulip wood, Meranti wood & Pine. Lamp shades are hand painted natural linen, packaged in a hand screen printed cardboard box. Dimentions for the lamps are 22" tall with the lamp shade, 11" wide & 5" deep, with the lamp shade is 10" in diameter & 6" tall. Steve Harrington's Remain in Balance lamps will be available on Case Studyo's website beginning March 7th at 12 noon PST.

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