Tjandra Lodge

Wood, Paper, Scissors

TCA Main Gallery | 600 E Washington Street 
October 1- November 2
Gallery Hours | Tuesday – Friday | 10am-4pm

This exhibit is an experience connected to Thomasville Center for the Art’s virtual exhibit, Wood, Paper, Scissors and presents artwork inspired by the ecology and material of Florida and Georgia’s natural landscape. With a focus on craft and a deep observation of subtlety, this artist presents us with highly skilled work that refreshes the way we observe nature and all of its complexity. Tjandra Lodge’s intricately carved pieces, made from reclaimed wood, are available to touch and hold upon request! To view more from the artist, visit our Virtual Exhibition Portal at  

From the Artist:
“Traveling between Florida and Georgia frequently, I pay special attention to the landscape- its beauty and its harshness – its strength and fragility. I am committed to the preservation and conservation of natural resources and use fallen wood and traditional hand tools to create sculptures and functional objects. My works represent new life after moments of trauma and signify resilience across generations. As a woman, I work with tools historically used by men, axes, hatchets, knives, and gouges – to explore a life-long interest in art.”
– Tjandra Lodge

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