These rustic architectural reliefs are the handiwork of Scottish-based artist Lee Borthwick. His most recent series entitled 'In the Attic' features recycled materials meticulously arranged into startling geometric patterns. Made using contrasting grades of wood, these reliefs are peppered with interesting juxtapositions of a diverse medley of grain. A symphony of texture, these pieces almost beg to be experience through touch as well as careful observation.
The series was unveiled as part of the decor on the fifth floor of the Arts Council of England. These incredible pieces are on loan for an 18-month period and then they will be available for purchase, so all you art-hungry treasure hunters keep your eyes peeled for these textured treats.
Beautiful in their stoic simplicity and awe-inspiring in their staggering monumentality, the complex 'In the Attic' series by Lee Borthwick will keep your eyes searching hungrily for every minute detail.
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