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  1. Bent guitar Table

    IN 2006 I HAD THIS CRAZY IDEA OF BENDING A GUITAR TO MAKE AN ARTISTIC TABLE. AFTER MUCH THOUGHT AND DESIGNING THESE ARE THE RESULTS. I USED BEAUTIFULLY FIGURED BIRD'S EYE CURLY MAPLE. I LAMINATED SOME CHERRY IN THE MIDDLE, AND MORE MAPLE ON THE BOTTOM. I CUT AND FORMED THE BODY. I PURCHASE A...
  2. Bent guitar Table -Sunburst

    I HAD THIS CRAZY IDEA OF BENDING A GUITAR TO MAKE AN ARTISTIC TABLE. THE INSPIRATION CAME FROM DALI MELTING CLOCKS. I WANTED TO MAKE SOMETHING SURREAL THAT LOOKED LIKE THE WOOD WAS FLOWING OR MELTING. AFTER 2 YEARS OF THOUGHT AND DESIGNING THESE ARE THE RESULTS. I USED BEAUTIFULLY FIGURED...
  3. Antique trumpet display/stand

    I have a friend whose great grandfather played this coronet in John Phillip Sousa's band. He does not play it but, because of it's heritage wanted to display it in his home. His wife wanted a stand that would allow the trumpet to lay flat. I built it as well since I did not get my final artistic...
  4. Walkaway Cabinet

    I was taking a "goofing around" break from paid work and decided to play with the lathe. It was my first time doing any off-center turning (really I don't have much of any turning experience) and ended up with a spindle that looked an awful lot like an animal leg. I had a krenov-style cabinet...
  5. Fish Tale Murphy Bed | Custom

    This is my first attempt at Marquetry. Marquetry is pattern of inlaid veneers of wood, brass, ivory, etc., fitted together to form a picture or design. This was completed in March 2011. On this one the customer wanted a couple whales on the face of their murphy bed. I choose Quarter Sawn...
  6. 3D cutting board

    SO I've been gone a while. Had my tools in one house, living in another and so much more. But I won't bore you with that. I started building some 3D cutting boards, please enjoy
  7. Credenza

    Sorry I haven't been posting lately. I have been very busy making solid timber kitchens and bathrooms. While very profitable, they are boring to do. Now I am back to the work I love. Designing and making individual pieces. This is a Credenza for an office set. This set includes a desk and...
  8. Office Desk

    This is the desk to go with the credenza posted earlier. I hope you like it as much as the credenza. The top is 1700mm x 900mm. It is made from Jarrah and She-oak. The handles are hand carved Ebony. I made the top in this shape, as I personally think it is better to work on than a standard...
  9. Complete Summer Kitchen Makeover

    Located in Dunham Quebec about 15 min from the Vermont border. At first I didn't think that this style was for me, but it has quickly became one of my favorite kitchen projects. This beautiful old farm house has under gone many renovations lately which I have been lucky enough to be involved...
  10. Fancy Wood Cane #045A: Figured Knotted Almond

    This is my entry for "A Knot Like No Other". It is made from a piece of figured almond that had a large elongated knot smack in the center of the board and it angled down in the piece of wood so that if I wanted to make the handle and shaft of one solid piece, the handle was not going to lay at...
  11. Black Clock

    November, 2010-I started this about two months ago. The woodworking was complete, but our local craft store was out of clocks. But then I found one on a day-trip to Woodcraft, a store about 40 miles from my house! This is made out of pine. I was very careful to cut it out by following the...
  12. Crokinole Board "XX" - part 1

    I am one of those nerdy board gamers. I saw Tom Vasel (see dice tower videos on youtube) do a review of the Crokinole Board that Mayday Games is now producing. First, I had never even heard of Crokinole before I saw the review. Second, the Mayday board only got mediocre reviews. Third, after...
  13. MBIRA

    this is the finished Sansa,kalimba,mbira or whatever you might know it as .....took me a month and a week to make….rather happy with the turn out. it's made of a single block of beech that had a nice winged pattern in the grain. used a recut band saw to cut the top and bottom, then pasted the...
  14. Walnut and Maple Business card Holder

    This was a late night project that was completed in just a few hours. The base is made from walnut with a Danish oil and shellac finish. The back is a scrap piece of spalted silver maple from a tree that was cut down in my backyard. The base was cut to size then I used a forestner bit to shape...
  15. Artistic Cedar and Willow Fence

    A friend, who knew I do artistic furniture, asked me if I could make a curved structure for her garden. She wanted it for a privacy screen, something curved and artistic. She had bought some willow fencing pre-made, 5' high x 16' wide and asked if I could incorporate it in the structure. I drew...
  16. Teardrop Rose

    I made this some time ago and thought I would post it now before it is given away as a gift. It is a deodar cedar cone, hand painted with an acrylic water drop and puddle on a custom oak base. The glass dome was purchased.
  17. Stackable Sushi Trays

    I've been working on a series of smaller retail items. These are some Zebrawood versions of a Sushi Tray I designed which can stack. They can also be used as a cheeseboard, as they are end-grain (quartermatched).
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    The sign making router I am using keeps slipping /creeping out of the collet. I really have tightened it as much as I can. I really do not use the router that much so I cant believe the collet is worn. I would really appreciate any suggestions on this problem.
  19. Woodturning
    How do I go about cutting a void to inlay that is not just a solid line. I'd love to inlay a name into a project but I am not sure how to do it. I've heard talk about burrs or carving tools but it was mostly just in passing and I'm not sure what technique or even if it's possible to inlay...
  20. Blogs
    Mount. St. Helens, Crosswinds Here is a piece in my "Aftermath" series, the inspiration for which was the catastrophic eruption on May 18, 1980 of Mount St. Helens, which became the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. This platter...
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