Firewood As Art

Firewood Sculpture By Jaehyo Lee

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Wood ring. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name

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Wood chair. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name

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Wood chair. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name


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Wood Stool. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name

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Wood sculpture, 2009. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name

Incredible Firewood Sculpture From Around The World

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Woodpile by Michael Buck. michael-buck.blogspot

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Hu Qingyan, “Firewood”, 2012; © Hu Qingyan Courtesy Galerie Urs Meile camphorwood. galerieursmeile

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Hungarian artist Gyula Várnai installation of logs. varnaigyula

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Hungarian artist Gyula Várnai close-up. varnaigyula



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Tower of Babel Woodstack.
By Nikolay Polissky, Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga Region, Russia, 2001.
Height 10m, 15x12m at the bottom..
polissky.ru

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Firewood and kindling sculpture. Via: kunstlercast

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Michael McGillis, ‘Wake’ was originally installed in 2006 at the Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota and consisted of a 95-foot long trench of cut trees painted purple in the middle. michaelmcgillis

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Laerchen-Tor, 2005 in Bex, Switzerland by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Laerchen-Tor by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Eichenring, 1999 by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Under construction. Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Rovine, tree rings, 2004 in Italy by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Woodstack by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch

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Wood stack by John Gerding, Vermont. johngerding

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‘Waste Less Chair’ by Hungarian firm, Uncomfortable Workshop, opens to two positions, one as a rocking-chair, and one with a leg rest. When not in use, the piece can be fully closed and easily rolled to a new location. auworkshop

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Kindling end table. dcgstores.

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Firewood cabinet by designer Mark Moskovitz. When closed, looks like a wood pile, but it’s really a four drawer cabinet faced with split logs. fiftytwothousand

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Jane Baker Coastal Scene. Pyrography; using gas torches of different sizes as well as electrically heated metal tips. janebakerart

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Log path at the Shrewsbury Flower Show. Designer unknown. wookmark

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Author: Keiren

Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building.

Comments
    • You never know what you can create if you don´t try. Often all it needs is to start just doing and you can surprise yourself!

  1. Here’s a link to the art i make from recycled materials. Mainly using pallet wood, glass, mirror and vinyl records.

    Behance DOT net/REFORMATIONS

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