Through our art we encourage the rewilding of our imaginations and offer people a way of opening up to nature, to find out what energizes and inspires them.
The meandering roots are a humble reminder that our individual significance is limited but through our connections with others we bring a larger meaning to life.
The split pieces of this series focus on methods of re-assembly and of self-expression through organization. The final results capture and convey the process, and the energy required to conceive and create.
The depth of the open space which encircles each stick provides a stark contrast. My wish is for you to peer into the piece past the surface and imagine yourself walking in a rainforest.
Inspired by both the towering trees in the cedar forrest and Kusari-doi or "Rain Chains" that channel falling rainwater from rooftops.
A sphere is a geometric object whose points are all equal distance from the centre, but as a symbolic image, the sphere represents three-dimensional spaces such as the earth, the sky, and the universe.
The Solid Sphere represents the process of transformation, urging us to consider the previous form of the wood and what it has now become.
An encounter with the unfamiliar, whether a person or an experience; is often introduced with a complex exterior.
With these large-scale, stacked posts, I wanted to reintroduce the material into the landscape – but this time as bold, arboreal spires.
I had always imagined these sculptures to be giant Roman soldiers, towering over everyone, keeping watch.
The stone wall around the Imperial Palace in Tokyo was the inspiration for this piece; its age, massive stones and excellent craftsmanship deeply impressed me.
The Floret is inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s interpretation of the natural beauty of flowers and her method of symbolically abstracting forms to represent the softness and depth of femininity.