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This is an example of work by Cameron Mathieson. Each Lighting Fixture is an unique, one-off piece. If you are interested in similar object contact us. We can meet your expectations in style, size and type of lighting. Creations by Cameron Mathieson can work as floor, table, pendant, chandelier, wall lights or as sculptures. Finished "skin” of the lighting is very strong and waterproof.

Material: driftwood, reed, japanese paper, resin. All materials are green certified.
Light source: bulb E27
Dimensions: variable / customizable

Handcrafted in Canada

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Lightness 10

Cameron Mathieson

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Available: on request; 5-8 weeks

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Cameron Mathieson

Cameron Mathieson's light fixtures are stunning works and an art installation in themselves. They have gone through a long metamorphosis. He studied photography at the Banff Centre in Canada where a climbing accident influenced his life and artistic path. Cameron Mathieson works in wilderness and solitude in Nelson and from the shores of remote Duncan Lake in the Kootenays . The artist transforms weathered driftwood branches and roots into new life. His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions internationally and are part of permanent collections in the National Gallery, Ottawa, the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Canada Council Art Bank and others.

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