“IN THE END EVERYTHING ALREADY EXISTS; WE’RE NOT THE INVENTORS OF ANYTHING. BUT THIS IS THE DEFINITION OF CREATIVITY. IT’S SEEING WHAT OTHER PEOPLE DON’T SEE.”
The CeorfanWorks studio works mainly in wood, creating original artwork, unusual objects and commissions from our clients.
Pieces of work are produced using traditional techniques in tandem with computer design and a carving robot (CNC Router). The process is documented on Twitter and Instagram and by an occasional Journal entry.
CeorfanWorks looks to create forms that compliment the woods natural characteristics, carving shapes that intrigue the observer and make them want to touch it.
Some of the work is purely about structure, light and shadow. Other pieces explore human ideas such as belief and absurdity. There is also a fascination for unusually shaped wooden bowls.
Previous commissions have included reproducing an antique mantelpiece, making the parts for an ornate greenhouse window, along with interior architectural details, decorative doors, signage, window frames, furniture etc.
Commissions can be a completely original design or developed from a brief, photo, drawing or even directly via computer data exchange.