Today marked the final cherry tree Frame rocker to be made finishing the run of 10 limited edition chairs which have been expertly hand made by Steven. The tree was sourced in … Scotland from a family members garden in … and has been an on going project. Cherry is a rare find of such high quality wood within Scotland so it became a perfect addition to the clean and modern look of the Frame Rocker. The cherry gave the rocker a rich and deep shade of a natural red appearance and was carefully finished with a coating of line seed oil to bring out the beautiful colouration and grain structure found within the wood. The Frame rocker is still available in oak.
Angus and Steven had a great couple of days in Inverness installing the new outdoor ‘Line out’ and ‘Touch Judge’ for the Rugby Club as part of the new bridge rejuvination. In situe the new pieces look great running along side the rugby clubs field and are a great new addition to the area which can be found ….
Designed by Angus Ross the ‘Line out’ takes inspiration from a rugby line out with the two opposing teams resting either side of the bench marked by the darkened ash slats and plain slats. Three tears of steam bent oak simulate the motion of the props pushing up the … as they stretch to gain possession of the ball.
‘Touch judge’ is the second piece designed by Angus for the Rugby club and takes inspiration from the lines man referee. Signaled by coloured material the flags colour changes depending on the side of the bench pressure is applied todue to the design of a pivoting seat simulating the linesman showing a card to a player.
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Angus Ross has been selected as a highlight of London craft Week 3rd – 7th May and will be participating in two events.
For CraftScotland at the Caledonian Club he will be giving a talk on Thursday the 4th. For details see ………
We have had a great time at the LDF 16
Here are some highlights.