RECENT WORK
Over the past months, I’ve been experimenting with sculptural standing pieces where I’ve used carving, texturing, pyrography and inking to create work that exists solely for the sake of texture and pattern. I am really enjoying the 3 dimensionality of the carving and the play of light on the textured surfaces. In addition, the square and curved polygonal pieces take away the use of the lathe completely and open up a completely new avenue for me to explore. Creating these pieces also allows me to use planks that are fairly easily available - they are Hard Pear and Black Ironwood - indigenous to the Knysna area - and range in width from 200- 300mm.
Over the past months, I’ve been experimenting with sculptural standing pieces where I’ve used carving, texturing, pyrography and inking to create work that exists solely for the sake of texture and pattern. I am really enjoying the 3 dimensionality of the carving and the play of light on the textured surfaces. In addition, the square and curved polygonal pieces take away the use of the lathe completely and open up a completely new avenue for me to explore. Creating these pieces also allows me to use planks that are fairly easily available - they are Hard Pear and Black Ironwood - indigenous to the Knysna area - and range in width from 200- 300mm.
RECENT WORK

Unique wooden bowls hand-turned in the Garden Route

Unique wooden bowls hand-turned in the Garden Route