Jupiter Artland, the renowned sculpture garden close to Edinburgh has unveiled a new piece which features a large amount of James Jones carcassing timber.

Our venture into the world of installation art has helped to create Raising by Tessa Lynch, a structure that responds to an ancient law which indicates that if one could build a small cottage and have a fire lit in the hearth before sunset you could keep the land.

The finished installation

Rasing at Jupiter Artland by Tessa Lynch with JJSL timber

The James Jones' timber ready to be erected

JJSL timber being used at Jupiter Artland

You can find out more about Raising and Jupiter Artland, and see a video interview with Tessa and of the structure being built here.