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Inspired by curved forms in nature Penelope and Darren Oates have created a body of furniture, sculptural and painted works.

The WoodSolutions website has steadily grown in scope and traffic, attracting some 3,000 visitors each working day, becoming the world’s leading online resource of its kind.

The Victorian Woodworkers Association’s major exhibition Double Take in Wood is set to open next week on October 18 and will run to November 11, 2017.

Open days and win a Laguna 14BX bandsaw competition at Gregory Machinery in October.

Wood Review Student Awards 2017 entrant Cameron Veerhuis, Glenwood High School Year 12, shows the various ways his modular TV unit may be configured.

A video tour of the Maison de L'Outil et de la Pensee Ouvriere in France which houses a collection of over 30,000 hand tools and 32,000 books.

Another sample of the great entries being received! This video shows the making process.

This year's list of winners reveals a stellar group of professionals and trainees.

This year's Clarence Prize award winners have now been announced.

Inspired by nature, an exhibition of works in mixed media by Silvio Apponyi and Pamela Griffith will soon open at Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, NSW.

Confluence: Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Aboriginal Design will exhibit striking contemporary Aboriginal design that is the result of strong partnerships and collaborative practices.

Red Gum, an exhibition which tells the story of Eucalyptus camaldulensis through ecology and art will open at Wangaratta Art Gallery on September 23.

Another entry preview for our Student Awards 2017 competition – check out this video!

David Trubridge's new range of lighting is inspired by microscopic flora.

From October 6 to 7, there's a new wood festival out of town.