“Aganetha Dyck is a sculptor, who initially worked with a range of sculptural media like wool, cigarettes and buttons. Since 1991 she has concentrated solely on collaborating with the honey bee as architect and places ordinary objects in apiary hives allowing the bees to create honeycomb to encrust the objects.”
The Boulders Collection offers a juxtaposition of contemporary forms and antique detailing. The polygonal shape is a simple conveyance of modern sculptures while the natural oxidation of metal provides the rustic feel. All planters are offered in neutral rusty shade while the bowls come in white, black and blue.