In the Western Downs of Queensland there lies a special property – The Stiks. Sculptor Guy Breay, his wife Jan and a host of Australian wild life live in this native forest sanctuary.
Sculptures and Carving in Wood
|‘Deepavali Mythri’ The
name is derived from "Deepavali" which is the Hindu festival of lights and
"Mythri" which means friendship. It is carved from a salvaged Flame She Oak tree trunk and spiraling root system.
"A Planter's Reflections" carved from 5 varieties of salvaged tree stumps.
These are examples of Guy’s styles, contrasting the sensuous, polished curves, with the rough, natural irregularities of these rare and beautiful Western Downs timbers.
The main source
of Guy's inspiration is in the natural shape, texture and colours of the
timber with which he works. Guy's carvings are also echoes of his life
and Papua, places he and Jan have visited and friends they
Guy's latest pieces...