Each plank of walnut, oak, bubinga, juniper or olive wood are salvaged from storm damaged trees before being kiln dried to create a unique canvas featuring live edges and exposed woodgrain mapping hundreds of years of natural history.
Paint is either layered in soft transparent stains to enhance the natural grain or other times in opaque, sometimes faintly metallic, natural tones. The patterns are intended to amplify the woods inherent qualities, giving plenty of opportunity to see the wood through the pattern. While sometimes traversing the natural rhythms of the wood and other times creating hardline geometric three dimensional patterns.
Constructed to pit architectonic organization against nature, creates the desired tension between opposing forces of nature and man, a dialogue between geometric order and cellular growth emerges to create a language in constant flux.