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Batle Studio Classic Graphite Objects - Eagle
Batle Studio Classic Graphite Objects - Eagle

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Batle Studio
Classic Graphite Objects - Eagle

  • Classic Graphite Objects Collection
  • Write with this Magestic Eagle natural graphite piece
  • Smudge Resistant
  • Model: Classic Eagle
  • Great Gift!

Inspired by his reverence of Nature, and informed by his formal studies in Art and Science, San Francisco artist Agelio Batle has created this innovative sculptural writing implement. Natural graphite and smudge resistant compounds are fused in specialized forms under intense pressure. Handcrafted, using new and old world techniques, each piece is meticulously fashioned using the innovative methods that Batle originated. Any part writes, while it resists staining your hands.

In cultures throughout the world the Eagle is the undisputed symbol of power, speed, valor, spiritual aspiration and freedom. Both Eastern and Western traditions have named it the sacred messenger between heaven and earth, and in some cases the very embodiment of the Devine. Soaring effortlessly above the tree line, in absolute authority and supremacy, the eagle surveys its dominion, sharing in a view reserved for the Gods.

Price: $63.00



About Batle Studio:

Batle Studio

Batle Studio is a multi-generational family design company, founded by artist Agelio and Delia Batle in San Francisco, California.

Although, known world-wide for the Graphite Objects Agelio developed in 1998, he is also versed in stage design, art installation, performance art and drawing as well as sculpture. His diverse pursuits stem from his background in both the sciences and the arts, having earned a BA in Biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a MFA degree in Fine Art from the California College of Arts and Crafts.

His work has since been featured in galleries and museums and across the United States, including at Lois Lambert Gallery, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Jose’s Institute of Contemporary Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Corcoran Museum in Washington DC., and in American Craft Council Shows in Baltimore, Chicago, Atlanta and many other cities.

A respected local educator who works in collaboration with the San Francisco Arts Education Project and The Workshop Residence, Agelio Batle and his family lead youth workshops to make new work out of unexpected materials.