Here is an earlier design revisited that features my trademark “Peeling ” joints. This one is made of one solid Piece of Imbuya that allows the grain runs continuously from end to end. Also available in baltic birch plywood with contrasting laminate surface.
I will part of a group exhibition titled “Rethinking The Past” in 2012 at the Grey Roots Museum in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada (dates to be announced).
Six artists have been invited to create work inspired by a piece of work from the museum’s permanent collection. Other artists included are Stephen Hogbin, Elly and Simon MacKay, Christie Pearson and Kevin Yates.
After completing a smaller commission for a private client I decided to build a larger version of a folding screen and here is the first edition. The screen pictured is walnut with maple edging. The screen opens like an accordion and folds flat for storage or transport. The panels incidentally feature compound ( 2 Plane) bends which create some interesting transitions and light play between the panels.