oneTree Exhibition

 

 

oneTree Exhibition 2019

November 16th 2019 – February 29th 2020

The Bateman Foundation and Live Edge Design are pleased to announce the third oneTree exhibit, oneTree 2019.

The oneTree series celebrates the life and value of a single tree by inviting participating artists to create as much beauty from its wood as possible.

 

Meet & Greet Saturdays

Your chance to meet and mingle with the oneTree artists.

All dates are Saturdays:

Nov 16th & 30th,

Dec 14th & 28th,

Jan 4th & 18th,

Feb 1st & 15th

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See artists creating their pieces, read their stories and get excited for the big opening of the exhibit.

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2019 SELECTED ARTISTS

Aaron Stevenot, Karmanah custom joinery, Victoria, BC. Live edge pivot door.

Andre St. Cyr, Fine Woodturnings and Woodcrafts, Duncan, BC. A host package for a dinner party.

Andrea Keenan, Cumberland, BC. Steam bent lights.

Antonia Olak, Qualicum, BC. A charcoal drawing of the Westhome’s Big Leaf Maple on a wooden panel.

Arnim Rodeck, Shamawood, Duncan, BC. Creation depending on wood.

Bernard Schissel, Victoria, BC. An Intarsia project of a white rhinoceros as part of an endangered species series.

Bev Thompson, Studio 553, Duncan, BC. A wood block of the home and tree and surrounding area.

Brennan, Sooke, BC. Depending on material, a variety of sloyd items.

Brian Rombough, straitXpression, Victoria, BC. To re-create the majestic movement of bull kelp.

Bruce Hodgson, Victoria, BC. Carving.

Chiarina Loggia, Victoria, BC. Panels, Print and Poetry.

Chris Zumkeller, Zumkeller Woodshop, Cambell River, BC. A stylized depiction of the initial moment a stone hits water and the ripples it creates.

Christi York, Duncan, BC. Wall Hanging. Copse.

Colby O’Brien, Karmanah custom joinery, Victoria, BC. Coastal Wolf inspired coffee table.

Curtis Neufeld, Neufeld Furniture, Duncan, BC. Mid Century lounge chair and ottoman.

Dallas Gara, GaraWood, Calgary, AB. Hand sculpted custom rocking chair.

David Martinello, Alternative Woodworks, Mill Bay, BC. Sculpture.

Debbie Dell, Oshawa, ON. A fused Glass tree.

Detlef Grundmann, Victoria, BC. Coffee table.

Doug Zech, Calgary, AB. Courting bench.

MORE 2019 SELECTED ARTISTS

Eric Gesinger, Gesigner Furniture, Victoria, BC. Morris type chair with ottoman.

Eric Sundstrom, Solid woodwork ltd, Calgary, AB. Non turned vessel.

Francisco Munoz and Dean Simpson, CityArtWorks, Victoria, BC. Mandala.

Frank Armich, Frankly Yours Unique Woodworking, Parksville, BC. Mirror.

Gary David, Duncan, BC. Turning, carving, painting.

Geoffrey Burton, Victoria, BC. Bed.

Georgia Collins, Shawnigan Lake, BC. Painting of the maple tree.

Gus Frenchy, Duncan, BC. Coast Salish style wall art.

Hector Uriostegui and Kayden Dorma, Independent Artist and Nature´s Furniture, Cobble Hill, BC. Modern concept coffee table.

Ian McKenzie, Victoria, BC. A traditional barrel.

Ian Warren Murphy, Campbell River, BC. Freeform laminated wood sculpture.

Jacob Humphrey, Pacifica Woodwork and Design , Duncan, BC. Charcuterie boards.

Jennifer Lawson, Cowichan Bay, BC. A painting of maple leaves from the ancient tree

Jesse Toso,Töso Wood Works, Vancouver, BC. Sculpture.

John Bateman  and Robert Bateman, SaltSpring Island, BC. A collaborative piece between father and son.

John Lore, Live Edge Design, Duncan, BC. A coffee table.

Jonathan Braden, Happy Deer Design, Victoria, BC. Sculptural furniture piece.

Jordan Cassidy, Cassidy Woodcraft & Design, Victoria, BC. Ocean resin art.

Josh Macadam, Aurora, Duncan, BC. Hand forged, fixed blade knives.

Jude Murphy, Jude Murphy Furniture and Cabinetry, Victoria, BC. A console table/desk with legs that represent an otter swimming through kelp.

Justin Dunning, island Glass Wings, Victoria, BC. Stained glass bird.

Karen Trickett, Coventry Woodworks, Cobble HIll, BC. A jewelry/ Diary Chest.

Kathryn Miller, Miller Modern, Cumberland, BC. A bent lamination settee.

Kayla Yearwood, Sooke, BC. Danish cord lounge chair.

Kevin Neufeld, Nanaimo, BC. A tea chest.

Larissa, Aquila Studios, Courtenay, BC. A wood burned/ woodcut (printed) design.

Larry Martell, Victoria, BC. Sculptures.

Lindsey Millikan, San Francisco, CALIFORNIA. Live Edge oil painting.

Luke Hart-Weller. CopperWood Gallery, SaltSpring Island, BC. Bar stools. 

EVEN MORE 2019 SELECTED ARTISTS

Marc Blouin, Inspired Objects, Victoria, BC. Folding table.

Marc deMontigny, Land & Water Studio, Victoria, BC. Topographic Dining Table.

Merlayna Snyder, Victoria, BC.  Sculpture.

Michael Crawshaw, Victoria, BC. Wall mounted lamp.

Mike Randall, Kurva Design, Victoria, BC. A  free standing lit sculpture of a water droplet.

Myra Gusway, Play writer and Director, Burnaby, BC. A short 6-8 min long readers’ theatre play.

Nick Clarke,The Boneyard Wood Company, Duncan, BC.  Coffee table.

Paisley White, Ember & Coal Studio Woodworking, Duncan, BC. Tea cabinet series.

Phil Clark, Artisan Furnishings, Sorrento, BC. Bedside table.

Randy Mugford, Randy Mugford Design, Portuguese Cove, NS. Console table.

Reuben Forsland, Joi Guitars, Comox, BC. oneTree emblem guitar.

Rob Horsman, Drinkwater Elementary School, Duncan, BC. Collaborative wind chime.

Robin Shackleton, Sylvan Temple World Instruments, Errington, BC. A Spanish and Peruvian drum.

Sara Marrieros, Mill Bay, BC. An abstract weaving.

Sarah Fraser, RiverPool Creations, Duncan, BC. Tambour door tea cabinet.

Scott Gillies, Azara Effect Productions, Victoria, BC.A family of swans sculpture.

Solarbud Hnetka, Solarbud Gallery, Thetis Island, BC. Solar pyrography landscape on sculpted wood.

Stéfane Dimopoulos, Atelier Dimo, Duncan, BC. Two benches shaped and carved from one solid beam.

Steve Doreen, Lone Tree Guitars, Lake Cowichan, BC. A concert sized guitar.

Steve Neil, Ladysmith, BC. A  liquor/wine cabinet.

Sue Pyper, Courtenay, BC. A layered at piece with wood, acrylic and copper.

Susan Jean Whyte, Crofton, BC. Jewellery.

Tammy Blair, Blair Woods, Comox, BC. A Kolsch Kranz or “Beer Wreath”

Wyatt Wilkie, Royston, Mandolin of original design.

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