Sunday, 14 February 2021

Richard Goldsworthy



Richard Goldsworthy graduated from ECA in 2019 his sculptural works exploring wood involve charing, hand-carving, and bleaching. 

‘By burning, carving and casting the wood, I create contrasting patterns that highlight and transform the shape and surface. I choose to celebrate the defects created by these actions such as my markings, and expose the ones caused by nature such as knots, cracks and ageing...’⁣ Richard Goldsworthy




 

Tuesday, 2 February 2021

Alexander deVol IV

 


Alexander deVol makes exquisite turned wooden bowls, my favorite are the ones with feet. Alexander is also an extremely talented ceramicist. 






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Monday, 1 February 2021

Tomoko Miyauti

 



Life moves on and it has now been some years since I was making this blog to supplement and inspire furniture students. Every so often I still find gems that I want to share with woodworkers and today it is the work of Japanese artist Tomoko Miyauti who makes bowls and then decorates them beautifully with pyrography. 





Saturday, 9 January 2021

Tung Ming-Chin

 


Taiwanese artist Tung Ming-Chin carves incredibly sensitive sculptures of people shrouded. 



Saturday, 26 December 2020

Selva Aparicio

 


Selva Aparicio carves "rugs" into wood floors. Above and below are details from; “Childhood Memories” (2017), hand-carved rug into an oak wood floor, 657 square-feet.


Saturday, 12 December 2020

Nehemiah Grew

It has been a while, but I wanted to share the joy of these hand drawn and observed studies by Nehemiah Grew 1675 in his comparative anatomy of trunks.

Above: Oak Tree Branch, Below: Ash Tree


Below: Pine Tree 

Tuesday, 1 September 2020