Curtis Jeré was the shared pseudonym of two artists, Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, who used enamel, brass, copper, and steel to create decorative wall sculptures. Fels and Freiler were brothers-in-law who began collaborating in 1963, sharing an interest in what they described as “gallery-quality art for the masses.”
The two employed a variety of traditional techniques—such as enameling, pouring resin, and bronze casting—to create abstract metal works of clustered, modular shapes. Their pieces are highly sought after and collectable — selling for upwards for 6000 dollars.
Curt Freiler died on July 22, 2013 in Los Angeles, CA, where Fels also died at one hundred and three years old. We have two of their pieces at out store, which will add sculptural interest to your home.
1988 Curtis Jeré "Heron on Lily Pads" Wall Sculpture - Signed & Dated 15"x33.5"
Curtis Jere Raindrops Metal Wall Sculpture 64" x 28"
Tacoma Consignment is a furniture store, located in Tacoma, WA. We carry a mix of brand new and consigned pieces! Visit us at 1120 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402. Open 11 to 6, we have free parking in the back near 1119 Court C. Two strips of parking next to Diamond Parking.
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