Tree Cycle

Tree cycleTogether, Leon & Ginny Sadubin, have curated Treecycle 2016 for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney.

It opened with a silent Auction on Thursday night and continues till the 21st August in the Moore Room and Palm House.

The exhibition showcases fantastic craft skills of 45 different artists who have utilised the timber from more than 20 different tree species that grew in the three Botanic gardens in NSW and had to be pruned or felled for various reasons.

The South Coast is well represented by both Leon and Ginny who are showing pieces, Harry McInnes who lives in Gerringong and has made some innovative handplanes for surfing and a sculptural table, Elise Cameron-Smith who lives in Wollongong who makes miniature boats, Thirston Morris from Nowra and David Upfill-Brown, also of Gerringong who are both furniture makers.

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