Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Wycliffe Stutchbury III

Above and below: Fallen Horse Chestnut

More treasure from Wycliffe Stutchbury. This time beautifully turned and formed sculptures created from found timbers.

Below: Sphere from Fallen Holly.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Wycliffe Stutchbury II

Above: Fallen Holly. Below: Bog Oak

I'm delighted to have rediscovered the work of Wycliffe Stutchbury due to an upcoming exhibition at Messums in Wiltshire Material: Wood (August 11-September 3). Wycliffe collages veneers of found woods into patchworks of texture, colour and scale an intuitive response to the nature of the wood.

Below: fallen Footpath Sign.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Joe Brubaker II



Joe Brubaker is an American sculptor whose work ranges from figurative carvings to complex assemblages.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Elsasso


Elssaso works in the Dandenong Ranges outside of Melbourne, he uses the beauty of Australian native timber and flora, to create unique fine woodwork for the home.. 
Elsasso's wood work is characterised by its stunning ‘inlay’ designs created using banksia cones and other native seeds that have been gathered from across Australia.









Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Valerio Vidali II


It has been over a year since I featured Italian illustrator and designer, Valerio Vidali's toys. Here are some of her new works featuring more sculptural fish incorporating found woods.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Marie Eklund




I am obsessed with carved spoons and their makers right now. This delicate, organic selection is by Swedish woodworker Marie Eklund, there forms reminiscent of seed pods and fungi.