Grainy songs: biomorphic furniture and votive works by Ross Annels

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Grainy songs: biomorphic furniture and votive works by Ross Annels

A deep love of place and a belief in the centrality of craft provides the platform from which furniture designer and wood artist Ross Annels has developed his practice.

In this body of work, functional furniture and traditional craft skills are combined with the forms and sounds in his rural studio environs to create furniture and objects of unique and located beauty.

Ross developed the accompanying votive works as an offering and tribute to that which is lost in the process of designing and making works, and the transitory beauty of materials as they are manipulated in the studio.

Ross Annels has exhibited in Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Canada, and his work is in homes and private collections around the world. This is the first opportunity to exhibit his extraordinary work at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery.

Image: Ross ANNELS, Votive bowls in kauri on a silky oak and red cedar table, 2014. Image courtesy of the artist.

18 Sep - 1 Nov

A deep love of place and a belief in the centrality of craft provides the platform from which furniture designer and wood artist Ross Annels has developed his practice.

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