25 Images of Beehive Burners resembles a rudimentary museum display from a by-gone era. Made of a rough cut of cedar, this sculpture references the long history of sawmills in British Columbia functioning in the mid 20th Century. Used to burn wood waste in the logging industry, the conical steel structure of a beehive burner was once a common site. The smoke and ash pollution was a sign of prosperity and community growth. Beehive burners are now mostly phased out, the ‘scrap’ wood salvaged for cost effective products.