Explorations in Wood: The Furniture and Sculpture of Tim Stead (1993)

ISBN: 9780862414337
Artist(s): Tim Stead
Author(s): Giles Sutherland
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1993
Publisher: Canongate
Total Pages: 100
Illustrations: Profusely illustrated in colour


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Tim Stead’s work, both sculpture and furniture, has a universal appeal. Unsurprising perhaps. Wood is an essential part of mankind’s existence. We feel at home with it. Life without trees would be unimaginable. Explorations in Wood examines Stead’s work over the last twenty years. His pieces include the throne used by the Pope on his visit to Scotland, Glasgow’s Café Gandolfi, the Memorial Chapel in Aberdeen, and most importantly, perhaps, the Stead family home where virtually everything, including the bathroom sink, is wooden. Text by Giles Sutherland. Foreword by Dr David Bellamy. Condition: previous owner inscription to half-title page. Dust-wrapper a little edge-worn with some very light sunning to spine edges. Slight spotting to top edge of text block, otherwise very good.


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