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Assorted, reclaimed hardwoods including mahogany, beech, ash, oak and ebony are glued randomly together and then turned on the lathe. See video.
Originally a cube designed to illustrate the obvious but visually interesting concept of how the timber we use relates to a tree, some adjacent experiment with gold leaf on a picture frame prompted
Clear acrylic offers an effective and relatively simple way of exploring the idea of containment, or of separating the viewer from an object.
An attempt to combine the cube and the sphere in one object.
Easily cut by hand and filed to size, each of the 12 lengths can easily be MIG welded, and then finished by grinding.
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