You are here: Home Homestead Living Art Firewood As Art Firewood As Art by Keiren May 2, 2016, 4:38 pm 6 Comments Firewood Sculpture By Jaehyo Lee Wood ring. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name Wood chair. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name Wood chair. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name Wood Stool. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name Wood sculpture, 2009. By Jaehyo Lee. leeart.name Incredible Firewood Sculpture From Around The World Woodpile by Michael Buck. michael-buck.blogspot Hu Qingyan, “Firewood”, 2012; © Hu Qingyan Courtesy Galerie Urs Meile camphorwood. galerieursmeile Hungarian artist Gyula Várnai installation of logs. varnaigyula Hungarian artist Gyula Várnai close-up. varnaigyula Tower of Babel Woodstack. By Nikolay Polissky, Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga Region, Russia, 2001. Height 10m, 15x12m at the bottom.. polissky.ru Firewood and kindling sculpture. Via: kunstlercast Michael McGillis, ‘Wake’ was originally installed in 2006 at the Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota and consisted of a 95-foot long trench of cut trees painted purple in the middle. michaelmcgillis Laerchen-Tor, 2005 in Bex, Switzerland by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Laerchen-Tor by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Eichenring, 1999 by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Under construction. Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Rovine, tree rings, 2004 in Italy by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Woodstack by Urs P. Twellmann: twellmann.ch Wood stack by John Gerding, Vermont. johngerding ‘Waste Less Chair’ by Hungarian firm, Uncomfortable Workshop, opens to two positions, one as a rocking-chair, and one with a leg rest. When not in use, the piece can be fully closed and easily rolled to a new location. auworkshop Kindling end table. dcgstores. Firewood cabinet by designer Mark Moskovitz. When closed, looks like a wood pile, but it’s really a four drawer cabinet faced with split logs. fiftytwothousand Jane Baker Coastal Scene. Pyrography; using gas torches of different sizes as well as electrically heated metal tips. janebakerart Log path at the Shrewsbury Flower Show. Designer unknown. wookmark See more Previous article Smart Recycling Tips for Sensible Home Owners Next article Pebble Pathways Written by Keiren Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building. 6 Comments Leave a Reply Absolutely wonderful ideas and creations. The web site’s imagery and design is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Reply Imagine what you could do with your pile of firewood ! Reply I think these are great. Reply Ugh…This made me feel like the least creative person on the planet. Amazing. Reply You never know what you can create if you don´t try. Often all it needs is to start just doing and you can surprise yourself! Reply Here’s a link to the art i make from recycled materials. Mainly using pallet wood, glass, mirror and vinyl records. Behance DOT net/REFORMATIONS Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.