An artistic element is being added to Sadolin’s superior woodcare credentials with the creation of intricate designs carved by a family-run chainsaw sculpting company.
The West Sussex-based Woodland Centre Ltd gives wind-blown tree trunks and branches a new lease of life with the creative flair of founder and chief ‘imaginator’ Anne Watson and her son-in-law, chainsaw sculpting expert, Dave Lucas.
Anne is a self-taught woodcare artist and says Sadolin was a natural choice given their trust in the product. Having built and decorated their own ‘black and white’ Tudor-style house, where the business is now based, in West Hoathly, West Sussex, they knew Sadolin was both durable and reliable.
Anne said "There are many reasons why I chose Sadolin, but not least because of its excellent colour range, its durability and very good ultra-violet and weather protection. From an artistic perspective too, it’s easy to mix up colours and obtain a wide range of one-off shades".
Next to receive the Woodland Centre’s colour treatment are a series of fairy tree houses which will be adorned in pastel Sadolin colours for The Forestry Commission, while a 9ft high tree trunk, is waiting in the wings for Dave’s and Anne’s imaginations to visualise its new artistic lease of life.
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