Canadian Woodworking

OneTree 2017 Exhibit

Author: Rob Brown
Published: February March 2018
Randy Mugford
Randy Mugford

Between November 16th, 2017 and January 31st, 2018, the Robert Bateman Centre and Live Edge Design are partnering to put on an exhibition showcasing 53 works of art that all came from one century-old black walnut tree that grew in the Rockland neighbourhood of Victoria, B.C. Here is a selection of works that are a part of the exhibition.

John Marston
“Spiritual Messenger, Salish Owl” Chemainus, B.C. Photo by Sherstone.com

John Marston

Randy Mugford
“Marina Foyer Table” Halifax, N.S. Photo by Randy Mugford

Randy Mugford

Joe Egan
“Jean Mustard” Ladysmith, B.C. Photo by Joe Egan

Joe Egan

Gary David
“A Crack in Time” Duncan, B.C. Photo by Jon Mark Wiltshire

Gary David

Larry Martell
“Sea and Sky” Victoria, B.C. Photo by Jon Mark Wiltshire

Larry Martell

Merlayna Snyder
“Mystique” Victoria, B.C. Photo by Jon Mark Wiltshire

Merlayna Snyder

Ken Guenter
“Springboard” Victoria, B.C. Photo by Ken Guenter

Ken Guenter

Tim Motchman
“Encounter” Sointula, B.C. Photo by Sheila Roote

Tim Motchman

Geoff Vickers
“Occasional Pedestal Table” Victoria, B.C. Photo by Jon Mark Wiltshire

Geoff Vickers

John Lore
“My Dinner with Andrew” Duncan, B.C. Photo by Live Edge Design

John Lore

Phil Clark
"Arts & Crafts Floor Lamp" Sorrento, B.C. Photo by Phil Clark

Phil Clark

Frank Armich
"Dancing West Coast Trees" Parksville, B.C. Photo by Jon-Mark Photography

Frank Armich

Charlie Pickard
"Believe in the Magic of a Gnome Home" Nanaimo, B.C. Photo by Charlie Pickard

Charlie Pickard

Rob Brown - [email protected]

Rob is a studio furniture maker and the editor at Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement.

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