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The process from tree to finished work is long and time consuming.

The journey often starts out in the field, collecting wood for future projects. Andreas mainly uses wood that has fallen or have been taken down for different reasons.

 

The work on each object starts when the material is still green and wet. This make the process of carving and cutting the wood more gentle for both the tools and the worker. Wet wood is much softer and easier to handle than dry wood. When the desired shape is achieved, it has to slowly dry for a few weeks up til several months before it can be finished.

While in the drying process, the workpiece's shape undergoes natural transformations. Crafting with fresh wood means that nature plays a part in shaping the final design, lending each piece its distinct and unique form and style.

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