Event start date: 3rd December 2016
Event end date: 26th May 2017
Venue: John Hope Gateway Gallery, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
A celebration of renewal, using RBGE timber windblown during Cyclone Andrea in 2012. Highlighting the beauty of RBGE-grown timber and craftsmanship amongst our Scottish Furniture Makers, this exhibition focuses on the restorative and rejuvenating effects of storms and trauma upon the natural and human environment.
12 members of SFMA have been selected by an external panel to make speculative pieces for the exhibition, from their excellent interpretations of the exhibition theme.
The MS Society have sponsored a bench for the community garden which will be installed as part of the After the Storm project during the period of the exhibition.
Here is a link to the exhibition website.
The exhibition of furniture, photographs and drawings will open in the John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on 3 December 2016, and run until 26th May 2017 - for further details follow this link.
The majority of the furniture pieces in the exhibition are available for sale.
Tom Cooper - The Genus Console Table (2016)
Stephen Finch - Asymmetrical Writing Desk (2016)
Joachim King - The Westerly Record Cabinet (2016)
Digby Morrow - Jewellery Box (2016)
Gavin Robertson - The Phoenix Cabinet (2016)
Jonathan Rose with Gavin Robertson - The Tsunami Cabinet (2016)
Angus Ross - The Resilience Bench (2016)
Colin Semple - Windblown Console Table (2016)
Alasdair Wallace - Cyclonic Side Tables
Simon Whatley - Span Table (2016)
Daniel Lacey - Still Waters (2016)
Photo's by Pavel Tamm - www.paveltamm.co.uk