Dan Law is a contemporary installation artist working primarily in old growth cedar salvaged on Vancouver Island. He explores eternal themes through an eclectic array of sculptural installations.
Creeping Tea Myrtle
Dan and the Ravens
“As a primary material for my art, I prefer wood—not because it is a particularly easy medium to work with (it’s not), but because I like the way wood looks, feels, and smells at each stage—from salvaging it on mountainous slash, to milling, carving, sanding, and finishing it in my studio. When a piece is complete, I feel content knowing that I can point to the spot on the earth where it grew, and that I can tell its story from start to finish.”