Neil Turner and Hubert Landri | Untitled, 2020

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Neil Turner and Hubert Landri | Untitled, 2020
850.00USD+ applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2021 Jul 16 @ 20:32UTC-4 : AST/EDT
Neil Turner | Australia
Hubert Landri | France
Jacaranda, rust treatment
4.72 x 3.5 x 3.5

A collaboration between Neil Turner and Hubert Landri. Neil Turner turned and carved a thin wall vessel; Hubert Landri applied a rust treatment to parts of the sculpture.

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About Neil Turner:
I started turning when I was about 19, on a homemade lathe in the wheat belt of Western Australia, 160 miles east of Perth. It wasn’t until I attended some workshops with Steven Hughes and Vic Wood that it opened my eyes to the potential of the wood lathe. It could be used to create pieces of art. I attended workshops wherever I could to develop my skills and knowledge. I left the farm in 2010 and studied at the Dwellingup School of Wood and achieved a diploma in fine furniture making. I was interested in trying some of my turning and sculptural ideas on furniture.

Over many years I have developed a range of embellishments, carving techniques and textures. I’m interested in using natural forms and creating other forms by turning and carving, then using combinations of fire forms, coral textures and embellishments to express ideas and thoughts.

About Hubert Landri: Accomplished artist Hubert Landri has been creating work in turned wood for more than a decade, often bringing his expertise in metalsmithing to the process. His work has been exhibited in galleries in Europe and the United States. “This discipline allows me to combine various elements of different types and structure such as wrought iron, Damascus, titanium and wood. This taste for mixtures of substances leads me every time to personal connections and deeper into the creation of unique and unusual pieces."