This piece, a table light, was inspired by a rare but known plant that grows in remote areas of the Adirondack’s. When lit, the translucence of the plant is revealed.
It is not as important to design and build something that is merely different. What is important is to design with an unambiguous intent inspired by something personal to the client. The final work will be functional art and offer to the viewer something more rather than something new. The end result is a one of a kind piece.
William Bush, a Master Craftsman, has been designing and building custom furniture for more than three decades. His creations make use of many media. These include wood, stone, glass, and metal. In sum, what his techniques accomplish is the creation of an amalgam which expresses the relationship between creativity and material.