Inspired by nature: Hand-worked furniture by Martha Sturdy

Martha Sturdy’s hand-worked pieces were made from salvaged wood, resin and metals.

Introducing Martha Sturdy’s hand-worked pieces made from salvaged wood, resin and metals. Said to be evocative of the Pacific Northwest landscapes that surround her Pemberton farm studio in British Columbia, the resin pieces – in particular – are available in dual pour and limited color collections.

Sturdy’s body of work includes furniture, sculpture and design inspired by the West Coast. Her portfolio includes spun metal works inspired by the waters of Capilano Lake, charred stools reminiscent of the shadowy forest surrounding Pemberton, orbital lights and metal spheres.

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