Pothole Bench by Michelle Tustin (2017)

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The Pothole Bench is inspired by the topography of the Prairie Pothole Region, located in the Southwestern corner of the province. Here, an abundance of sloughs and small wetlands house a rich diversity of flora and fauna, supporting close to half of North America’s migratory waterfowl. A  long  flat  hardwood  surface  riddled  with  multiple  pothole  depressions,  the pothole bench plays with an imagined topography of pothole seating.

Scattered Spheres by Kellen Deighton, Karen Hare & J Neufeld - Wood Anchor Inc. (2017)

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The  Scattered  Spheres  are  turned  from  solid Winnipeg  urban  Elm.  These  pieces  operate  as both  a  composition  in  the  landscape  and  a functional place for pause.

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