‘Inspired’ Exhibition Update!

With just two-days left to run on this one, I thought it was about time I got around to providing you with a bit of an update and a few photos of what you’re missing out on if you haven’t been already.

Of course, you’ve probably seen my arm chair by now… But have you seen the side table to go with it? 😉

So far, the only person to have sold something (unless I’m mistaken) is Joel with his English cherry sideboard. I’m still optimistic a buyer will come forward for my chair at least, seeing as how everyone who sits in it comments on how comfortable it is, with the lower back (lumbar) support and the carved seat (…also, I have accidentally under-priced so, they’d be made to miss this opportunity!! 😉 ).

Perhaps my favourite piece is this ‘Portal’ (wardrobe), made entirely from solid wood (mostly oak). I’m totally in awe of the everything about it… The carving skills; the time and effort that must have gone in to its making… It is truly an outstanding piece, lifted straight from fantasy itself.

I could go on but, it’s Friday night, my eyes are tired and I’ve got quite a bit to do this weekend. As with the Furnish exhibition before, I’ve uploaded all of my own photographs [though, not all my own work!!] to its own Flickr album (give me the weekend and I’ll update it with makers’ names, etc.)…

Please, click here to view it.

It’s still open this weekend, 10.00-16.30 on both days; coming to a close on Sunday. If you’re in Bristol in that time, I highly recommend you pay a visit to the space, up above the Visitor Shop at the Ashton Court Estate. Even if you only intend to check out the competition! 😀

Thanks for reading. 🙂

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