Earth Day is a very special day specifically designed for all of us to think about our planet issues. It is not only a special day in the town where we live, but a day that the whole world participates in! Let’s celebrate it together!
The unique wall hanging sculptures made entirely from recycled wood, designed and created to inspire audience to see things in a different way and to share a positive message how we can reuse and recycle in creative way. Recycling is the future, our mother Earth have limited resources and we have to learn how to REuse, REcycle and Reduce our materials and products consumption in order to decrease our footprint.
I do some ‘non-traditional art’, made from recycled wood that has been abandoned by industries. There is a great pleasure in giving the wood a second life. In my belief, wood retains the spirit of the living tree and I just try to honour it. Much of my inspiration comes from the wood itself. Collecting wood simply for its natural beauty is the start of many of my works. Old wood has scratches, cracks, knots and other imperfections that are similar to real life. Every piece of wood is like a person, with its unique character, challenges and strengths.
Want to impress your loved ones with something unique this holiday season? One of a kind natural art, made entirely from Ontario recycled wood, will bring a bit of nature into your home. An eye-catching piece of art will make a feature and a great talking point.
Finding the right gift for someone is hard. Sometimes it’s not just about knowing what they want or what they like, but about knowing what kind of person they are, then trying to find something unexpected for them. Something they never see before. Something completely unique and speaks to the heart.
Art can be a trully thoughtful and meaningful gift, and one that lasts a lifetime.
The annual Toronto Interior Design Show is Canada’s premier showcase of designers and avant-garde concepts from across North America and the globe, all under one roof in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s North Building. IDS Toronto celebrates its 20th year, connecting the right people, with the right products, in the hottest spaces.
The Interior Design Show is Canada’s design fair. Since the doors first opened in 1999, IDS has been visited by over 700,000 design professionals, design-savvy consumers and media; it has served as a design industry hub providing a unique and unrivalled business opportunity for thousands of design-driven businesses.
Each year, world-renowned designers and architects participate as keynote speakers and create inspiring feature exhibits. Located in the city of Toronto, Canada’s economic engine, IDS provides an annual catalyst for millions of dollars spent on design, and has positioned Toronto as a frontrunner in the global design scene.
For many of us, nature is an endless source of rejuvenation. A place of peace we can escape to when the reality of the modern world get to be too overwhelming. A place that recharges us, alights our senses, ignites our imagination and gives us the energy to dive back in. Why wouldn’t you try and emulate some of that majesty and wonder in your own home? In the latest projects I tried to bring some of the power and beauty of nature into the house:
The ability to bring nature into your home has been an ambition that humans have strived for over the centuries. We love the natural and organic appeal of elements that makes us feel calm, at peace and above all welcomed into a space.
From the bark of a tree to the soft feel of grass underfoot to the sturdiness of a rock wall, nature is full of textures, and those textures can be explored in your home. Give your senses something to grab a hold to so you can revisit nature’s textures in your home anytime you’d like.
The more we get involved with technology, the more people want to surround themselves with the textures, colors, and patterns of nature.
Wood wall art will help you feel closer to nature and add an organic touch. Admit it, exotic things excite and attract us!
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 . . . the acceptance of the cycles of change, including life and death.
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.