Painted Organ Pipe
Sculpture by Kev Munday

$275.75 Sold

  • Sculpture, Other
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 3.15 × 50.39 × 3.94 in
  • Signed on the back

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Kev Munday

United Kingdom

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Antique wooden church organ pipe, hand painted by artist Kev Munday.

Wall mounted sculpture, painted in a totem pole inspired style.

Dimensions: 128 CM (4 ft 2) tall, front 8 cm wide, sides 10 cm deep.

Hand painted with acrylics and sealed with a gloss varnish.

A great talking point for any room! The pipe makes a beautiful noise when you blow into the bottom of it.

Signed and dated 2013 by the artist on the reverse.

In May 2013, a set of 3 larger pieces from this series (275 cm tall) were auctioned by Sotheby's at Summers Place Gardens Biannual Sculpture sale, valued at £2000 - £3000.

The antique wooden church organ pipes were reclaimed from a church in Hampshire that was being converted into a house. One piece from the series was featured on the BBC 1 documentary 'Britains Empty Homes Revisited', which was covering the conversion.

The pipe has been fitted with a picture loop so it's ready to hang on your wall.

Materials used:

acrylic paint markers, antique wooden church organ pipe