CMHA Driftwood Pens – Senior Project

Each pen was made from wood collected from a beach near Millennium Park in West Vancouver, BC, Canada. Each piece was carefully selected, individually cut to size, shaped, sanded, sealed, and put together in our shop in Coquitlam, BC.

The pens in this series were named after one of the major waterways or inlets (burrard, georgia, fraser, discovery, tribune, howe, hotham, malaspina, verney and ursula) that can be found along the coast of British Columbia.

Though I have graduated and the Senior project has concluded, I am committed to continuing this project in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. For all driftwood pens that are sold at future events, 5% of the proceeds is donated to the CMHA and the Lorne Fraser Educational Fund. To find out where you can get your pen or if you are interested in ordering one, click here.

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