Looking Through the Window

Looking Through the Window

After using her scalpel to cut out an individual section of the background – often as small as a sliver – and make a “window,” Natasha scans her wood selection to find the area where the grain moves exactly the way she wants. This allows her to create the folds of a kimono or the feathers of a hummingbird wing using the natural movement of the wood.

See finished piece here.

After using her scalpel to cut out an individual section of the background – often as small as a sliver – and make a “window,” Natasha scans her wood selection to find the area where the grain moves exactly the way she wants. This allows her to create the folds of a kimono or the feathers of a hummingbird wing using the natural movement of the wood.

See finished piece here.