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Korean sculptor Cha Jong-Rye works with wood as if it were clay or paint. She layers and sands hundreds of delicate wood pieces to create pockmarked canvases, threatening beds of thorns, or wall-sized recreations of crumpled cloth napkins.

Manuelle Gautrand

Love the organic texture and feel of this! Origami Building by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture.

Michael Kukla - laminated plywood sculpture that would make a great inspiration for a handbuilt clay work

Michael Kukla - laminated plywood, could you do something similar by piercing, laminating, then turning?

This would look great in my office. Awesome sculptures whittled from more than 5,000 pieces of scrap wood…

Awesome sculptures whittled from more than 5,000 pieces of scrap wood…

Amazing Laser Cut Wooden Mandalas By Gabriel Schama

Amazing Laser Cut Wooden Mandalas By Gabriel Schama

Each sculpture has movement and rhythm, it is as if the artist Cha Jong Rye was conducting small pieces of wood into a magnificent symphony orchestra. His work is extraordinary! Notes about the artist (published at Hada Contemporary): Cha focuses on the dialectical relationship between wood and land, material and nature on the surface of...

Wood in Motion

Sculptor Cha Jong Rye Transforms Wood Into Beautifully Simplistic Organic Forms

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