I have drawn Celtic knotwork since I was a teenager, and have incorporated it into a few wallpieces over the years, by etching the background away, then patinaing the sheet red with a high-heat process, and finally relieving the knot with sandpaper.
This wallpiece was an experiment in adapting our technique of making brass boxes to assemble into wallpieces to instead make a frame piece, in which to mount a flat sheet containing the knot as a shadowbox. The piece is relatively heavy for its size, but it can still be hung on any wall with just one screw or nail, or two if you want to hang it square instead of diagonally. You can use ordinary drywall anchors for normal walls for more strength.
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brass, copper, patinas