Wood you rather be a flower?

Color's Edge Vote Code: 64893

In Denna Arnold's colorful imagination, every piece of wood longs to be a flower. For ArtPrize 2017, Denna entrusted woodworkers, Ed DeNave and Randy Beute of Cento Anni, to design and build her a unique 3D canvas of ash. The 9 foot long, live edge waterfall table will soon be sprouting with woodland flowers and foliage in Denna's whimsical surrealist style. The sample work and structural concept provided should give you a rough idea of what it will look like when finished. If you look closely at the sample, you'll notice that the natural patterns of the wood grain come through adding their own natural beauty. This particular piece is currently on display in the Richard App Gallery if you would like to see it in person.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 9 feet
  • Medium: Pigment
  • Width: 3 feet
  • Year created: 2017
  • Height: 30 inches

About Color's Edge

Color's Edge consists of Denna Arnold, Ed DeNave and Randy Beute. Denna has her MFA in Illustration with an emphasis in Fashion Design from Syracuse University in NY. Ed and Randy both come from automotive engineering backgrounds and are partners in the forward-thinking custom wood shop called Cento Anni, where the best idea always wins.