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Lee Borthwick
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The Limassol Series

Limassol, Cyprus
  • Stacked 2009: modern  by Lee Borthwick, Modern

    Stacked 2009

    Combining thousands of fragments of waste timber, mirror pieces and organic paint, stacked stretches over 4m tall and 1m wide. The limassol series are positioned in a 10m light well in a private residency.

  • The Limassol series: modern  by Lee Borthwick, Modern

    The Limassol series

    Image displays the two artworks, Sliced and Stack climbing the 10m light well.

  • untitled - 2009 by Lee Borthwick


    Part 3 of the Limassol series.

    The artwork measures 2 m wide and 1m tall, approximately, and features a breadth of timber offcuts, acrylic fragments, mirror and willow. Inspired by the architectural facades seen around Limassol I wanted to create a 3D tapestry with a variety of textures and depths.

  • Sliced by Lee Borthwick


    Combining kiln dried ash rounds with mirror and organic paint, Sliced flows up the light well stretching for over 8m and is approximtely 1.5m wide. the discs are mounted on steel rods secured into the walls. The opposing artworks are reflected in each others surfaces creating a rich array of patterns and light effects.

  • Sliced (with stacked in reflection) by Lee Borthwick

    Sliced (with stacked in reflection)

    Sliced, ash rounds with organic paint and mirror. Timber rounds vary from 5"-12" diameter.