Guy Breay's Sensuous Sculptures in Wood, Figure Carvings, Art Creations and Specialty Timber  from Western Queensland

The Stiks Wood Carving by        Guy Breay


Guy exhibits every year in the Main Pavilion of the Maleny Wood Expo.

Wood Dust Festival

Guy is an exhibitor at the Wood Dust festival at Bungendore.

Guy extensively uses  Arbortech tools in all his creations .

Outback Timber and wood turning


Many thanks to the following
people  for their assistance and inspiration.

Family and friends in Australia and overseas.

World renown sculptors and wood artists  Chris White, Ian Norbury, Randy DeGraw, Don Powell .

Vern Bunn for his authority on outback timbers
and assistance with The Stiks website design.

Finally, the natural beauty of the timber available at The Stiks and elsewhere in Australian.








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

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.

Deepavali Mythri’   
Deepavali Mythri..carved by Guy Breay from a Flame She Oak tree stump

"A Planter's Reflections" 

A Planter's Reflections carved by Guy Breay

The above display table is carved from 5 varieties of salvaged tree stumps.

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.

The main source of Guy's inspiration is in the natural shape, texture and colour of the timber with which he works. Guy's carvings are also echoes of his life in India and Papua, places he and Jan have visited and friends they have met.

Shown below are Guy's latest pieces which were exhibited at the 2018 Maleny Wood Expo,  the Sculptors Queensland Exhibition at Mt Coot-tha in June and the Wood Dust Festival at Bungendore, NSW.

The Maiden's Hair

This piece is carved from Flame She Oak has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Wootha Prize.
It is also the Winner of 2018 Sculptors Queensland Frank Lambert Memorial Award

The Maiden's Hair carved from Flame She Oak by Guy Breay

Masalai Manu .... (Bird Spirit)

Carved from a Budgeroo Tree Stump Masalai Manu carved from a Budgeroo tree stump by Guy Breay

The Silent Observer

The Silent Observer carved from Flame She Oak by Guy Breay

The Southern Survivor

The Southern Survivor...carved from Budgeroo by Guy Breay