Item Description

This Alder plank was thrown into a firewood pile at a local wood mill because it checked (cracked) I saw its potential and decided to allow it to spalt (partially rot) for a year. Spalting is the process of controlled rotting that is shown on the plank as the fine black lines. To hold the plank from splitting further I incorporated these very unique walnut keys and and repeated the design curve throughout the piece. The angular Granite stone counters the smooth curves of the table and anchors the base. This piece is for sale at the Art Junction Gallery in Whistler, British Columbia.

Materials

Spaltled Alder, Walnut and Granite

Dimensions

70” x 16” x 36”

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Price

$4900

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Testimonials

"Burns is an artist. He made a thick yellow cedar exterior table with live edges, and an interior dining table. Both of them were custom pieces. Burns’ work has wow factor. As well as being beautiful, the pieces are also rock solid, functional, durable. "

Guy Bennett

"“Having seen Burns’ work displayed elsewhere on Bowen Island, we initially contacted him to make a new live edge shelf for the display of a native art etching. We also enquired about possible wall display options for our kitchen, for which he ultimately created a unique burl maple wall plaque. Both works have proven to be stunning in their execution. Burns demonstrated a professional approach to the projects while possessing a strong creative vision. He was very supportive of incorporating our input and we are pleased to provide our recommendation.” Regards, "

Fred and Linda Wagner

"Thank you Burns for having your exceptional and unique custom art furniture in our gallery in the recent exhibition, “The Art of the Landscape” at the Ferry Building Gallery. Your work speaks to the natural landscape of the West-coast and I am in awe of the way in which you juxtapose the various types and shapes of wood and stone to create truly brilliant one-of-a-kind furniture. Our gallery patrons and the visiting public very much admired and appreciated your designs and craftsmanship"

Ruth Payne, Ferry Building Gallery

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