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3 weeks ago

Gregory Fields

Here are a few recently completed pieces, all between 15” and 19” tall. Laid up with the flu now but will be creating new work very soon! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Get well soon. And keep doing this great work!

1 month ago

Gregory Fields

A new ceramic mural just came out of the kiln that celebrates the magnificent peacock in all his colorful glory. It is 55" x 44" and has 240 pieces. Learn more on my site at:
fieldscapes.com/shop/ceramic-murals/peacock/
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A new ceramic mural just came out of the kiln that celebrates the magnificent peacock in all his colorful glory. It is 55 x 44 and has 240 pieces. Learn more on my site at:
https://fieldscapes.com/shop/ceramic-murals/peacock/Image attachment

 

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Wow! I LOVE this. The gradation of color, the movement in the background glaze, the tile lines/breaks- all of it. So great!

Beautiful.

2 months ago

Gregory Fields

Assembling the dried clay pieces of a 4’ x 5’ mural of a peacock. The 200+ pieces will have their edges cleaned up and smoothed in preparation for bisque firing. After bisque firing, the pieces will be glazed and fired to maturity. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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That is so cool!

2 months ago

Gregory Fields

Elegantly carved in glazed ceramic relief, this seven foot tall triangular pillar sculpture celebrates the Mahavakyas or "Great Sayings" of the Upanishads, the philosophical portion of the ancient Hindu scriptures. The lettering is the Devanagari script in the Sanskrit language. The Om symbol, representing infinite being or spirit, is seen at the top and the bottom of the piece. In between are found the phrases are the four main Mahavakyas: “Consciousness is Brahman (infinite spirit or reality)”, “I am Brahman”, “That (infinite being)you are”, and “This self is Brahman”. These sayings are embody the truth that the deepest reality of our individual selves is rooted in infinite being and that our real nature is not tied to the body and mind. See more at fieldscapes.com/shop/sculpture/mahavakyas/ ... See MoreSee Less

 

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So beautiful Greg ❤️

❤️ amazing

We need something like this with 10 commandments, or John 3:16

3 months ago

Gregory Fields

The Dec/Jan 2018 issue of Outdoor Central Oregon contains a small article about me. Thanks to Neil Korn! ... See MoreSee Less

The Dec/Jan 2018 issue of Outdoor Central Oregon contains a small article about me. Thanks to Neil Korn!

3 months ago

Gregory Fields

Here is a new piece, an ode to the wonderful ladybug. It is a fanciful, richly colored ceramic wall sculpture set in a steel frame suitable for hanging. 14"h x 14"w x 1.5"d.

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Here is a new piece, an ode to the wonderful ladybug. It is a fanciful, richly colored ceramic wall sculpture set in a steel frame suitable for hanging. 14h x 14w x 1.5d.

https://fieldscapes.com/shop/wall-sculpture/ladybug/Image attachment

3 months ago

Gregory Fields

Detail of a public art piece I created for the Yamhill Transit Center in McMinnville, Oregon in 2014. The 8’10” pillar incorporated 32 relief carvings depicting wildlife, crops, and iconic scenes from the county.

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Detail of a public art piece I created for the Yamhill Transit Center in McMinnville, Oregon in 2014. The 8’10” pillar incorporated 32 relief carvings depicting wildlife, crops, and iconic scenes from the county.

https://fieldscapes.com/public-art/yamhill-county-panorama/Image attachment

 

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Greg! It's beautiful ❤️ congratulations!!

3 months ago

Gregory Fields

The ceramic portion of a new pillar sculpture “Mahavakyas” is complete. Now for the steel! The Mahavakyas or “Great Sayings” are Sanskrit phrases from the ancient Upanishads of India which identify the essence of the individual with the universal existence behind all. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Gregory Fields

Anahata, in ancient Sanskrit, means the “unstruck sound.” It is the sound from which all other sounds come, and can be represented by Om, hinted at in the piece. Anahata is also the heart chakra, where the beautiful qualities of balance, calmness, and serenity can be found. Ceramic and steel, 34″h x 13.5″w x 10″d.

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Anahata, in ancient Sanskrit, means the “unstruck sound.” It is the sound from which all other sounds come, and can be represented by Om, hinted at in the piece. Anahata is also the heart chakra, where the beautiful qualities of balance, calmness, and serenity can be found. Ceramic and steel, 34″h x 13.5″w x 10″d.

https://fieldscapes.com/shop/sculpture/anahata/Image attachment

4 months ago

Gregory Fields

Friends, my recent pillar sculpture "Pollinators" (fieldscapes.com/shop/sculpture/pollinators/) will be showing this Friday evening through Sunday afternoon Nov 3-5 at the Socially Conscious Marketplace & Gallery in the Liberty Theater at 849 NW Wall Street in downtown Bend, Oregon. The event is hosted by the Little Stone Project (www.littlestoneproject.org/). I will be there from 6-7 on Friday evening during the First Friday Artwalk so come by and say hello! ... See MoreSee Less

Friends, my recent pillar sculpture Pollinators (https://fieldscapes.com/shop/sculpture/pollinators/) will be showing this Friday evening through Sunday afternoon Nov 3-5 at the Socially Conscious Marketplace & Gallery in the Liberty Theater at 849 NW Wall Street in downtown Bend, Oregon. The event is hosted by the Little Stone Project (https://www.littlestoneproject.org/). I will be there from 6-7 on Friday evening during the First Friday Artwalk so come by and say hello!Image attachment