Alexander Calder’s Mobiles in Home Interior
Want to add the dangling bright colors and different shapes of Alexander Calder’s mobile to your home’s interior? Have you ever tried to balance a mobile made of sticks and objects hanging from threads or wire? Have you ever touched or blown at a mobile and watched the beams slowly swinging?
Mobiles in Home Interior
Alexander Calder’s Style Mobile
To many people who look at mobile, it is no more than just a series of different objects that move. To a few, though, it may be like poetry.
An American sculptor best known as the originator of the mobile, Alexander Calder, may have been the first to philosophize about the connection between art, poetry and mobiles, but may embraced using mobiles as home décor. With his background in engineering and mathematics he was inspired to make art that was three-dimensional and kinetic.
The bold curves recall the shapes of the mobile objects in some of the earlier panels and frames. Because they appear different from all sides, the stabiles invite the viewer to walk around them, thus implying, like the mobiles, the ideas of movement and perception in time. Calder created huge and beautiful mobiles that hang today in many museums.
Alexander Calder (July 22, 1898-November 11, 1976)
Mobiles can create an interesting and unique view as hanging mobile sculptures for homes, businesses and public spaces.
Mobile in the Office Building
Mobile in the Living Room
Modern mobile installation can make your home look different from what you got used to see and have.
Mobile in the Hallway
Small children particularly love and enjoy mobiles with very bright and dangling objects that capture their attention as they float above cribs.
High Contrast Mobile
Use the Corners of Your Room
Chandelier Inspired by Alexander Calder
Modern Sculpture in Home Interior
Always Wonder, Bird Cages Mobile
Make the mobile a part of your room interior and have a difference in your everyday room interior