About Gunnar Turnbull
Gunnar was raised in his parents workshop and art gallery on top of the windy cliffs of Kahakuloa, Maui. At twelve years old, his father taught him how to use a grinder and has since been a guiding force in his artistic journey, while Gunnar has adapted and refined his own personal style.
"My pieces carry a rhythmic flow that moves through the sculpture which can be seen from any angle or side of the piece. All of the main materials I use are sustainably sourced, many times being a diseased or dead tree that I am able to give new life as a sculpture."
Walnut Sap Wood | 29" x 14"
Alabaster on Sycamore | 22" x 15"
Coastal Live Oak on Orange Calcite | 9" x 5"
Avocado Wood on Steel | 30" x 22" x 16"