- Amsterdam Binghamton
- Geneva Hudson
- Jamestown Johnstown
- Kingston Middletown
- New Rochelle New York City
Inspired by Japanese art form "Kintsugi" Defined ---to repair a crack with Gold. It is a philosophy to treat breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.
We pioneered a fine art of pouring metal (aluminium, brass, or copper) into the hollow wood cavity which has naturally formed in the trunk or branch of an old or dead tree. It is an achievement that requires a lot of skill ...
To make table or wall art, a whole tree trunk is cut into vertical pieces; however, in doing so, special care is taken to preserve the outer form of the tree trunk. Molten metal is poured at around 1600 Fahrenheit onto wood, then liquid metal penetrates the cavity or crack of wood. On contact, the hot liquid sears the wood creating a burnt-black layer of charcoal between the two elements, the negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetics.
The fusion of metal with wood results in a classic and contemporary look. Each piece is one of its kind & unique…