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Sabina Hill - New Works, October 2010
Whale Table & Rug Area
Whale Table & Rug Area

Recently commissioned artwork

Table & Area Rug > Whale

Sabina Hill with Mark Preston (Tlingit)
L 96" W 87" H 19.75"; 17.375"; 14.625" & (Rug) L 16’ x W 14’
Solid ebonized walnut, paduk inlays and details; 100% New Zealand Wool and spun silk.

This one-of-a-kind area rug with table(s) reads as one work of art: The motif inlay on the area rug and the tables form a whale. Download iconography pdf

The large central table is an ovoid, incorporating three interlocking u-form tables which, when separated into side tables, reveals the portion of the area rug motif corresponding to the table forms. The field pattern in the rug is inspired by the adze marks made by traditional wood carvers, and are emphasized on the table legs.

The Whale table and area rug, generously on loan by our clients, will be showcased at Interior Design Show West in the new Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, October 14-17.

Western Living Magazine will be including this area rug in their October issue.

 
Bear Wall Panel

New Bear Wall Panel

Wall Panel > Bear

Sabina Hill with Andy Everson
H 43" L 43" D 2.25"
Custom high gloss lacquer finish with rift cut white oak.
Edition 10
Currently on display at Douglas Reynolds Gallery's Fifteen anniversary exhibition.

 
HSBC installation

HSBC Installation
in Progress

Triptych > Whale & Salmon
This 17' x 6' stainless steel and bronze anodized aluminum triptych was commissioned by HSBC for their executive head office in Vancouver.

HSBC installation

Ashby Residence

Sabina's artwork is available to collectors, interior designers, architects, and specifiers. Her collections are on display at select contemporary galleries.

For more information visit:
www.sabinahill.com
or send email to:
info@sabinahill.com

604 736 3034

About Sabina Hill

Designer Sabina Hill, in collaboration with First Nations artists, creates original custom furniture, art and installations which merges the rich mythology of North West Coast aboriginal culture with a contemporary design aesthetic. Sabina skillfully integrates Native motifs into her work creating a unique, contemporary expression, one that evokes the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and celebrates the convergence of two distinct design cultures.

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