Both our marbled and charred wood pieces date back to methods first done in ancient Japan. The marbling process, traditionally done on paper, creates a beautiful, at times psychedelic landscape on live-edge slabs of wood. The charring process, once practiced as a method of wood preservation, is now done for enhancing the natural grains of the wood and creating exotic patterns and texture, at times mimicking reptile skin.
Nov 11, 12-10pm
4701 E 5th St – (512) 385-1812
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