Wood turned bowls by Daniel Harris.
Signed by the artist. Each bowl is one of a kind using big leaf maple, holly, spalted maple, spalted pine and plum woods.
Indeed, “it stands to reason– fungus in furniture cannot possibly be a good thing. But if fungi take hold as a tree starts to die and the process is arrested just as the tree sets up natural chemical barriers within itself to contain the infestation, then they imbue the grain of the timber with all the drama of finely veined marble. Prized for fine woodworkers, this process is called spalting, and the transformation is especially magical in humble woods.” — Avinash Rajagopal/ Metropolis
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