Sunday, July 9, 2017
Oregon Black Walnut Table
The legs are tapered and employ through mortice and tenon joints. The finish is my favorite - age old durable linseed oil with some beeswax to butter it up.
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Friday, April 28, 2017
Forest Grove Library _Columns
This project was an integral part of a larger art installation designed by local glass artist Ed Carpenter. I was honored to be asked to be an integral third part of this collaboration with Ed and Eric Canon, who built the textured metal base/feet. You can see Ed's dichroic colored glass pieces shooting up and out into the sunlit skylight. All together he titled the project "Molly's Garden" - after his mother who was a librarian there years ago. Indeed, with the sunlight streams down Ed's colored glass conduit into my wooden chalice, the energy is then carried down through Greg's wavy woods, to be held fast by Eric's steel boots - firmly defining our Library's centrum. Come by anytime, feel the energy ! and check out a good book.
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Black Walnut Credenza
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Saturday, January 7, 2017
High Gloss Acrylite Kitchen Cabinets
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Labels: Cabinet doors, door faces, kitchen
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