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One pallet, one red light, some light digging, a pair of hands and you've got a…

One pallet, one red light, some light digging, a pair of hands and you've got a…

Eclairage de bois flotté -2

Eclairage de bois flotté -2

My personal relationship with the land evokes the depth of my artwork. With locally found wood I build armature and combine kakishibu with washi to create conceptual minimalism sculpture that are ethereal in nature. In addition to the use of painted kakishibu on paper I use encaustic medium to enhance the depth and subtle qualities of paper and mixed media elements. By allowing my work to be my voice I intend to convey my metaphysical and psychological connection with the earth.

My personal relationship with the land evokes the depth of my artwork. With locally found wood I build armature and combine kakishibu with washi to create conceptual minimalism sculpture that are ethereal in nature. In addition to the use of painted kakishibu on paper I use encaustic medium to enhance the depth and subtle qualities of paper and mixed media elements. By allowing my work to be my voice I intend to convey my metaphysical and psychological connection with the earth.

by Lucy Slivinski http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/woven_oak_chandeliers_by_lucy_slivinski/

by Lucy Slivinski http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/woven_oak_chandeliers_by_lucy_slivinski/

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japanese fishing basket weaving - Google Search

japanese fishing basket weaving - Google Search

basket lamp shade

basket lamp shade

Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich develops large-scale sculptures that draw on the history of his native country, daily life and own personal experiences and surroundings. His installation "Compound" is a construction using agricultural and craft materials found throughout Cambodia: bamboo, metal wire, plywood and rattan, developed as a response to the dramatic progress of urban development and its detrimental effects on the environment.

Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich develops large-scale sculptures that draw on the history of his native country, daily life and own personal experiences and surroundings. His installation "Compound" is a construction using agricultural and craft materials found throughout Cambodia: bamboo, metal wire, plywood and rattan, developed as a response to the dramatic progress of urban development and its detrimental effects on the environment.

Nate Berkus™ Woven Rattan Table Lamp Base (includes CFL Bulb) @ Target.com

Nate Berkus™ Woven Rattan Table Lamp Base (includes CFL Bulb) @ Target.com

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