From Martin Conley. 

For LOST and Found. Gnarled juniper branch, wrapped in copper and silver.

The gnarled juniper branch is a unique piece of nature’s artistry. Its twisted and contorted form tells a story of resilience and endurance.

This exquisite creation by Martin Conley perfectly captures the essence of the gnarled juniper branch, showcasing its raw beauty and transforming it into a captivating art piece. It serves as a reminder of the hidden treasures found in nature and the boundless possibilities of artistic expression. — FH&G

A gnarled driftwood bench, a Fairweather House and Gallery signature piece, for the LOST and FOUND exhibition, is more than just a place to sit; it is a unique testament to the power and beauty of nature.

Each fragment of driftwood is carefully selected and thoughtfully placed, creating a harmonious composition that showcases the intricate dance between time and nature.

The wooden grains intertwine like a tapestry, revealing the histories of countless storms battled and journeys traveled across vast oceans. Each bend and curve tells a tale of resilience and adaptation, transforming what was once discarded into something precious and cherished. –FH&G

Presenting a magnificent creation from the talented artist JR Moyer, the Hammerhead Woodworking masterpiece graces the LOST and FOUND exhibition of Fairweather’s October collection. The intricate twists and turns of the lamp design, combined with the organic beauty of the burl base, create a truly mesmerizing piece of art.

This exquisite lamp features a unique and captivating design that effortlessly blends rustic charm with contemporary elegance. The gnarled base, carefully crafted with attention to detail, adds a touch of natural beauty, showcasing the organic patterns and textures of the wood.

JR Moyer combines skill and creativity to craft a shade that not only diffuses warm and inviting light but also serves as a stunning focal point in any space.

Fairweather House and Gallery,

612 Broadway St.

LOST and FOUND exhibition

Featuring art from Barbara Bacon Folawn, Martin Conley, Jo Pomeroy-Crockett, JR Moyer, Vanessa K. Stokes, and Peg Wells.

Driftwood sculpture, antler lighting, and shell-encrusted art combined poetic installations of unearthed materials.

Fairweather House and Gallery has become one of the historic Gilbert District’s sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing unique visual experience.” — Seaside Signal

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