Sculptural expression combined with the quality of experienced craftsmanship has seen Chaïm Factor’s work represented at exhibitions from Tokyo to Vancouver and from Sydney to Paris. His work has been extensively exhibited in Ireland and Europe and is also represented in numerous private collections. His contemporary work explores materials to optimum effect, using wood, stone, metal and glass to the advantage of each individual piece and his work often features textured, painted or patinated and inlaid finishes to detail. Chaïm Factor has contributed to many projects of distinction including Dublin’s Trinity College, the Senate Buildings, the National Concert Hall Organ Case, the Four Courts and the restoration and conservation of the iconic St. Mary’s Church Organ Case, Dublin to name but a few. He has recently opened his studio for classes and short courses in fine wood work. These sessions are focused on learning through exploration and discovery, helping to maintain established knowledge in traditional methods while seeking to forge new concepts using wood as a sustainable material.
|Composition||Stainless Steel, Yew. Walnut|