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Brian Chaaban

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Brian Chaaban

Born: 1992

Hometown: West Hollywood

Based in: West Hollywood

 

Inspired by silhouettes found in nature, CHAABAN – (pronounced shā-bon) sought to create a line of unique bronzewares and premium home accessories. Our bowls, vessels, platters and vases have been hand-crafted with a specific focus to capture the details seen in branches, trunks and barks. The natural edges, grains, splits and cracks are then interpreted and preserved using traditional bronze casting methods, successfully blending art and function, with the permanence of bronze.
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Each bronze cast is made in Los Angeles, CA by skilled, traditionally trained artisans. Custom finishes are available.
"Inspired by Nature, Captured by Bronze"

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"Ember "Vessel

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 2,275

"Elm" Vessel

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 2,145

"Cliff" Vase (Small)

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 2,210

"Cliff" Vase

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 3,835

"Burl" Bowl Nesting Set

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 3,224

"Burl" Bowl (Small)

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 494

"Burl" Bowl (Medium)

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 1,040

"Burl" Bowl (Large)

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 1,690

"Aspen" Vase

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 2,470

"Alpine" Vessel

Brian Chaaban, United States

Design Objects

US$ 2,730

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About Brian Chaaban


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What inspires you?

I am inspired by silhouettes found in nature - Our bowls, vessels, platters and vases have been hand-crafted with a specific focus to capture the details seen in branches, trunks and barks.


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Describe your creative process.

All pieces start with a wood block - interpreting their natural edges and grains into functional and sculptural pieces of artwork. Upon perfecting the wood model, the piece finds its next form when cast in solid bronze, using a nearly 6000 year old method known as lost wax casting. Once cast, we painstakingly finish and hand patinate the piece.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Functional - Sculptural - Unique


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Artistic inspiration for the collection is drawn from the raw and brutalist styles of Paul Evans, Harry Balmer as well as modernism sculptures of the late Barbara Hepworth.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Hand carving with tools and a lathe start the model process.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Nature, the world of interiors and all the artists I work with in my studio -

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