Two halves make a whole, and in this case, a hole which you can store things in! This bandsaw box travels its own path, as its dynamic curves and simple yet elegant design allow for the piece to teeter and totter, hence the title “Wobble.” With modern accents and a juxtaposing use of color, this piece dances, even when standing still.
Kate Hawes has been working with wood for over 25 years. Their work ranges from traditional custom furniture pieces to inventive sculptural forms and carvings. They are currently a candidate for a Masters in Craft History and Theory at Warren Wilson College. They have a certificate in cabinet and furniture making from the North Bennet Street School and completed a residency at the Anderson Ranch Art Center. They co-founded and ran a cooperative wood shop in Brooklyn, NY for twelve years.They have taught woodworking at the Craft Students League, Makeville Studio, Peters Valley Craft School of Craft, and the American Folk Art Museum.
Your bid not only benefits the Center but the artist as well, proceeds of the winning bid are split 50/50.
Materials: Basswood, Walnut, and Milk Paint with wax
Dimensions: 8″ x 6.5″ x 4.5″
To view more of Kate Hawes work, visit: http://www.katehawes.net