I overlook the sea and these ever-changing colours every day. This piece captures some of that. Elm. Sandblasted, stained, limed, iridescent paints, driftwood, glass bead. Clear epoxy. H.180mm.
Entries - Hollow Forms/Vases
Hollow forms are wooden items which have been made from a single piece of wood and hollowed while turning on a lathe through a hole which is significantly smaller than the diameter of the finished work. Vases are wooden items which are at least twice as high as they are wide and have been hollowed while turning on a lathe. Hollow forms and vases may be decorated with other materials.
Pohutukawa ogee shaped hollow form with coral texturing. 230mm x 65mm. Finished in oil and bees wax
Pohutukawa with panels of marbling to pretty it a little. 190 mm high and finished with lacquer.
Puriri hollow form hollowed to feature the puriri grub holes. Polished to a gloss in oils and bees wax. 180mm x 120mm.
Widest dimensions: Base = 110mm (hollow Taiwan cherry inverted vortex shape); hollow form = 120mm (spalted maple), ring around hollow form = 120mm (Kauri). Height = 495mm. Spindle and finial are Gardenia with Tasmanian blackwood connections at top and bottom of hollow form. Spindle, finial, and connectors colored with Baroque antique gold guilders paste. Skytower is made from eight separately turned pieces.
Puple Heart / Totara / Tawa hollow form. Coloured dye and pyrographic embellishments
The wood this urn was made from is Chinese silk tree. The widest diameter is the opening (150mm) and the height is 160mm.
Hollow form with North American Indian design from Ancient Kauri 350m/m dia x 200m/m deep
This piece is made from Rewarewa and has a deep turn under to show off the beauty of the wood.
It is150mm x 65mm.