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Event Archive - Mirrors: Todd McAneeley

Sat. February 4th 2017 - Fri. March 3rd 2017 @  Imagine That! Duncan BC (All Ages)
10 am to 4 pm
Opening: Saturday 4th February 2017
For professional woodworker Todd McAneeley mirrors are a perfect opportunity for artistic expression. In fact, each of his mirrors is an original work of art reflecting the rugged, natural beauty of the west coast.

A furniture maker with more than twenty years of experience in the Cowichan Valley, Todd works with wood offcuts, mostly big leaf maple, to craft rich, warm frames, smooth to the touch. Some of his creations are simple designs highlighting the natural gain of the wood, while others are more sculpted and abstract. Each frame is a work of art, the result of hours of planing, sanding, and sculpting.

Todd began his wood working career in 1997 after receiving his Benchwood-Joinery certification at Malaspina College (now Vancouver Island University). Over the course of his woodworking career, he has owned and operated a cabinet and furniture making business in the Cowichan Valley. Since 2011, he has worked for Live Edge Design, a nationally-renowned local company that creates one-of-a-kind furniture from salvaged trees.

In addition to mirrors, Todd also creates artistically carved doors that reflect the grandeur of life on the West Coast. Todd will have one of his doors on display at the Imagine That display. For those wanting something a little special, he will take custom orders.

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Todd McAneeley "Wood Wall Art by Todd M. McAneeley" (live edge mirror, natural edge, salvaged wood)

Todd was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan in 1963. He began his woodworking career later in life in 1997 after finishing his Benchwork-Joinery course through Malaspina College in Duncan, BC. Todd owned and operated a cabinet/furniture making business from 1998 - 2008 in both Duncan and Chemainus, BC. Todd has worked for a innovative furnit... more info
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division