Another interesting project, this time made out of used skirting boards. The brief was to have the vases hang just a couple of millimeters of the bottom of the frame, which visually makes all the difference. Don’t think I’ve done anything like this before, thanks to Clarity Massage and Wellness Centre for the commission 😃👌🏻✏️🔨📐
R/R has spent the last few days putting together 15 tables at the Onyx Dessert Lounge & Bar in north adelaide. The bar is reopening later this week so it was pure madness with electricians, painters, cooks and me fighting for space! The tables were varnished in the end but I have no photos of that, so these will have to do 🙂
Another project this week, a mini round dinner/coffee table. Made from recycled timber such as jarrah and marenti, with reused legs from another table. Relatively straight forward, this table is light for its size partially beacause it has to be carried on to the third floor of a studio. Here are some shots of the progress I’ve made so far 🙂
R/R has been busy working on quite a large computer desk, its also bar table height! Again using recycled timber such as marenti, oregon and jarrah. Here are some shots of the progress being made so far…
Well it was about 42/43 degrees on the opening night but what a turn out! Thanks to all the artists participating in the exhibit and everyone who came last night, I salute your courage in this heat! The ‘Adoorable’ exhibit lasts from 14th feb – 16th march at Gallery Yampu (1 Jenkins Street, Birkenhead) for those of you who havent made it yet.
R/R has been working on a film festival trophy no less! It’s hard to imagine what could be next. Anyway here’s a before and after shot of the piece, the brief was simply to ‘make a door’. Made from recycled pine and marenti timber. The 9:16 Film Festival opens this Thursday Feb 6, 8:00 pm at Red Lime Shack, 158 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide.