Kinsley Byrne: Sculpture: Pew Ends Oak
The creative work of Kinsley Byrne is a visual testimony to humankind’s primitive impulse “to make”.
“My work explores the making of furniture and symbolic artifacts through direct carving in wood. Finding expression through ideas with a metaphorical connection to existence and the human journey. Honing simple forms, this creative practice allows for a greater framework to express ideas and emotions, away from the constraints of traditional joinery.”
With nature being a starting point, in the form of massive blocks of orphaned timber, perhaps the result of an unfortunate West Country lightning strike. A form will emerge, liberated from the grain of timber, using fists, clutching handmade hammers and Japanese steel chisels.
CORNWALL DESIGN: THE ART OF MAKING 25 JUN – 1 OCT
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