Two heads are higher than one, also if two both artistic and crafty folks come together, it is bound to lead to something truly magnificent. Artist Rivka Wilkins and woodworker Jared Davis collaborated to a shared job, and the outcome is a superb illustration of what could be accomplished through artistic endeavors.
Davis made a giant walnut stand from reclaimed wood to permit the artist to go crazy with it. Wilkins, who’s already recognized as an artist greatly inspired by the sea, adorned Davis’ bit of furniture using layers of resin which attracted the wood to existence within a sea coast.
This resin and timber production is the result of a cooperation between Rivka Wilkins and Jared Davis
The resin layers intertwine beautifully within this furniture collection that includes a coffee table and a seat, developing a realistic sense of waves splashing from a beach. Wilkins’ artwork not merely breathes life to the timeless feel of the timber, but leaves it a one-of-a-kind piece with its own decorative and texture.
While the group is largely covered by resin waves, with blue, translucent and white colours painting an image of waves that are infinite, the design leaves some space to the first piece to glimpse through. Davis coated the remaining wooden component using a hard-wax acrylic to not just provide it a nearly matte finish, but protect it from tear and wear.
Both of these furniture pieces are offered in Davis’ Etsy store webpage, together with the table cost racking up to an outstanding $2000. The walnut seat is sold for $1,700.