In contemporary design it’s not unusual to see a mixture of different shapes and forms, blending styles creates bold accents and generates symbolic meaning throughout the space. Think of adding art piece, that designed and created to make a grand statement. Highly distinctive contemporary wood wall sculpture, unique composition of intricate shape formations will add a character and incredible feature in your place.
Bring “Wow” factor to your space! Bold and eye-catching contemporary art piece makes an incredible feature and a strong focal point, adds personality and character to your place, just by being so attention-drawing and unique.
Looking for a custom piece of art? You may want to invest in stunning one of a kind original artwork instead of the cheap mass-produced fake pieces from big chain stores. Whether you are already familiar with purchasing original artwork or not, not everybody knows that it’s always possible to commission a custom artwork directly from an artist. It’s a great option if you are looking for something unique and special.
This set was custom made for a specific location and needs. The client wanted to display something beautiful on a blank, tall wall that leads to a loft alongside their floating stairs and also to benefit for sound dampening, to meet both aesthetical and acoustical needs.
Each single piece of wood is cut, shaped, detailed, carved, sanded and assembled by hand with passion, love and care. The assemblage is almost done and next step is a painting and fine finishing. Turquoise was chosen as colour preference.
The first layer is always a wood protection. Acrylic painting is a next step. And then, hand sanding is applied to enhance wood grains and knots in order to show the real beauty of wood and emphasize the structure of shape formations. Last layer is fine finishing to protect the sculpture itself.
One of my favourite part to get pictures from a happy and completely satisfied clients. Great to see the pieces in their new home.
The Toronto audiofest is the Ontario’s new and acclaimed consumer electronics exhibition. It brings together over 200 brands of the best audio and video equipment from around the world. You can hear, touch and compare it in over 50 demo rooms ranging from 240 to 2400sq ft. on 4 floors. It is the perfect place to come if you’re considering acquiring a complete system or only a new piece of equipment. The show organizers have more than 50 years of experience in the music and audio industry. Like everyone, they started with a love of music that soon became enlightened by better sound reproduction.
Visiting the Toronto Audiofest is surely safe – protocols are in place to help ensure a safe environment, and plenty of care is being taken to keep visitors and exhibitors safe.
This will be our first in-person expo since the start of the pandemic and we are very excited to welcome you at kiosk 2_10.
This year we introduce something new. Uniquely designed desktop open baffle speakers will be on display. We want our speakers to be like an extraordinary piece of art that deserves a special place in your home or office.
Wabi-sabi is a Japanese philosophy that includes the acceptance and appreciation of simplicity, the ordinary, and the imperfect and it can be described as finding beauty in things that are impermanent and incomplete. Wabi-Sabi is an aesthetic, a state of mind, a mix of emotions, and a way of perceiving life . . .
Wabi-sabi concept remind me that we are all transient beings on this planet, that our bodies, as well as the material world around us, are in the process of returning to dust. Through Wabi-sabi, I learn to embrace the beauty of the old and the mystical, where the presence of cracks and scratches are considered to be symbolic of the passing of time, weather…
I love it, it so perfectly fits how I like to work and create. I have always been drawn to weathered objects that have character, that symbolise a sense of timelessness and history, each with their own story and season. I find this practice to be a beautiful, meditative one that brings me great calm and peace.
The fundamental principle of wabi sabi concept is connection to earth and natural materials, and it focuses on organic textures and earthy hues. I feel a strong connection with nature when working with wood. Texture imitates a living earth, while a soft scent of wooden surfaces takes me away to the forest.
I use recycled wood for my works, which I collect by myself in different places. Wood accumulates and radiates powerful energy. When you touch wood, it seems to be alive and breathing. The intricate grain patterns tell a story. Knots, little cracks, and each single piece is unique with own history and memory, and exceptional beauty in the marks leaved by time.
Bringing a little wabi sabi into your place can warm it up, making the atmosphere of your home more earthy and natural. The beauty of wabi sabi style is that it’s always evolving and something special and unique.
Art is magic. And it’s the time of the year when a piece of magic could be at your place. Buy some art and let it keep the magic alive. It is definitely worth becoming a part of your life! It will give a feeling of joy and boost a good mood, evoke a sense of positivity, which makes us happy.
Treat yourself or your loved ones with original piece of art, and it will be a very personal, unique, and thoughtful gift that can be treasured for a lifetime.
In today’s busy digital world, all of us understand the importance of maintaining a conection with nature. I strive bringing the elements of outdoors into the indoor space, and creating art from my ultimate source of inspiration: my love of nature.
These times are strange and unsettling. The whole world is on pause. A time for reflection and an opportunity to look inward. A time to take notice and appreciate the simple things in life. A time to be grateful for what we have …. and for those around us that help make our days a little bit better
Immersing myself in the making of something is incredibly calming. It’s something I’m really trying to do more regularly as the restlessness of self-isolation and social distancing kick in.