Wood sculptures created out of discarded tree trunks and branches


Jae-Hyo Lee is a South Korean artist and a master of manipulation, who turns discarded wood into eye-catching and elegant sculptures. The artist works in a mountain village, where he assembles various chunks of wood like the globe and the cube and burns them by using a torch to create visual contrast with the polished wood. “I want to express the wood’s natural characteristics without adding my intentions,” the artist said, “I like to make the most out of the material’s inherent feeling. Little things add up to transmit a stronger power, greater energy. That is why I have quite a lot of large pieces.”

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