We were commissioned, last year, by the lovely folks at Stonewater Ltd to travel from the deepest depths of Squelch (as Devon should be renamed, due to its proliferation of…
Wood, Huh, Yeah. What is it Good For…
We love wood, its why we live surrounded by it and why we choose to work with it (Rob’s even got undies made from it!). But what wood is good for what and, more specifically, what wood is good for sculpture? (Beech is good for the pants, in case you wondered)
Chainsaw Carved Benches and Seats
Carved exclusively (going all M&S advert!) from durable, UK grown, sustainable sourced using organic chainsaws (ok that last bit is a lie, but this is marketing, right?), we carve benches ranging from simple stylised ones at £550 (link to those here Our Shop ) to intricate pieces costing many thousands.
Commission a Commission – A Guide
If you’ve always wanted to own a piece of our work but have never commissioned a piece of art before then we thought we’d provide this handy and, hopefully humurous, guide to splurging some of your wonga into our begging cup.
After various delays caused by an outrageously wet winter and then a global pandemic we’ve finally been able to install the Lion King inspired benches at Mosterton, Dorset.
Mosterton Lion King Bench update
Things started off swimmingly with our commission for Stonewater at their development in Mosterton. Sourcing the wood was relatively easy, no small feat for such big wood! It can be a pain as we’re dealing with timber of around 5ft diameter.