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AAW 30 Peaches

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AAW 30 Peaches
SOLD
2,600.00USD+ applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2016 Jun 10 @ 18:35UTC-7 : PDT/MST
All pieces are signed originals, individually created by the artist listed.
AAW 30 Peaches. Collaboration between Binh Pho and Mike Mahoney.

Binh Pho, Maple Park, Illinois
Mike Mahoney,Mount Aukum, California

Boxelder
5" x 17" x 17"

About Binh Pho
Binh Pho is a critically acclaimed artist, known for an expansive approach to work in wood and glass that includes painting and a unique exploration of positive and negative space. The works feature a highly personal iconography, with imagery that relates to Asian culture and the natural world. The story of his journey from an idyllic childhood in Vietnam, the rise of Communism and his escape to the United States in shared in the book River of Destiny: The Life and Work of Binh Pho, published in 2006, in conjunction with a retrospective of his work at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Binh Pho is in demand as a lecturer and demonstrator and his work is exhibited internationally and in the permanent collection of numerous museums.

About Mike Mahoney
Mike Mahoney has been a professional wood turner since 1994. His bowls are featured in galleries across the United States. Mike's work is sought after by collectors all over the world. Mike is often requested to demonstrate and teach for wood turning clubs, craft schools and symposia. He has traveled around the world to discuss and demonstrate his craft. He is considered an authority in woodturning.
For more information on attending Mike's classes, see the workshop info sheet. For more discussion on woodturning, read Mike's blog at mikemahoney.bowlmakerinc.com
Artist Statement:
"I am passionate about my craft and the American Craft movement. I am dedicated to producing quality craft and educating the public about woodturning. My wood comes from urban sources (tree trimmers and local cities). I produce all my work on the lathe without any emblellishments after the fact, creating a very traditional feel with contemporary ideas. I want my work to be attractive as well as useful. For my work to be admired is one thing, but for my work to be used fulfills my purpose as a craftsman."