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Artmonte-carlo | Taste Contemporary Craft

About this project

A series of new works created for Artmonte-carlo from 29 April - 1 May where I’ll be represented for the first time by Taste Contemporary Craft. One of the pieces on show titled ‘Shifting Sands’ is made from a Wellingtonia planted in 1854.

Pricing

£1250 — £1600

Keywords

Artmone-carlo, shifting sands, ebonised, wellingtonia, turning, taste, ebonised

Disciplines

Wood

Materials

Wood
Shifting Sands (Detail)
Photographer: Alex Webb
Wellingtonia (Giant Sequoia/Giant Redwood) planted in 1854, 45 cm x 45 cm x 23.5 cm, Lathe-turned using hand-held gouges and hollowed out through a small opening. Carved and heavily sandblasted to wear away softer wood. Ebonised and flat-waxed
Shifting Sands
Photographer: Jeremy Johns
Wellingtonia (Giant Sequoia/Giant Redwood) planted in 1854, 45 cm x 45 cm x 23.5 cm, Lathe-turned using hand-held gouges and hollowed out through a small opening. Carved and heavily sandblasted to wear away softer wood. Ebonised and flat-waxed
Eroding Form IV
Photographer: Jeremy Johns
Ash, 35.5 cm x 35.5 cm x 18.5 cm, Lathe-turned using hand-held gouges and hollowed out through a small opening. Carved off the lathe and sandblasted to accentuate the layering of grain and to reference erosion and the passing of time.
British House Rio
Photographer: Jeremy Johns
New Works in Wellingtonia, works in progress
Shifting Sands II
Photographer: Eleanor Lakelin
Work in Wellingtonia, Ebonised

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