Architects’ Passion for Wood Makes Gallery Debut

“…the installation of sculpted forms and prints is a tribute to wood’s beauty and malleability, and to the expressive lyricism that wood, trees and forests have inspired in poetry, art and architecture since antiquity,” John Bentley Mays eloquently writes on the Living Wood exhibition now installed at the Corkin Gallery in the Distillery District. The article can be found on the Globe and Mail’s website or in the November 27th print edition of the paper.

The Exhibition will be up through the holidays.