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  1. Gallery Pedestal

    There are a group of us that show some of our work at a gallery and we have pedestals that we built and use. I was asked by a friend if I could build him one for a bronze statue with a marble base. Most of these are built as a simple 2×2 frame, screwed together. Then hardboard(masonite) is used...
  2. Crotch Walnut Occasional Table

    Here is a small table I have finished up recently. It was destined to go to Tu Gallery here in town, but they just shut down. Now, I may keep it or still may sell it. Not sure yet. It is made of walnut crotch, and the base is figured birch from 60 yr old boards. I stole the general design from...
  3. Molesworth Style Western Hat Rack Tack Wall Mounted Carved Painted Cody Jackson Wyoming Cowboy Horse

    Molesworth Style, Custom Built Hat and Tack/Coat Rack in straight grained Sugar Pine by Mark DeCou Studio THE HAT: This beautiful Beaver Felt hat was custom made for me by Jim Spradley, click here to visit his shop This particular Molesworth Style Hat Rack has been SOLD, please go to my...
  4. Flexible Photo Frame System

    My wife and I just had our kitchen remodeled, and we wanted to fill a long blank wall beside the table with a grid of framed photographs. We had several requirements: We needed to display photos of various sizes (8"x8", 8"x6", and 9"x6") and orientations (landscape and portrait). We wanted...
  5. Odds n Ends

    Just a few things I made for family and friends at Christmas. The second picture is a simple version of candle holders degoose posted a while back. The third pic is an idea from Houtje using up small scraps and cutoffs. The clock was made for my nephew's girlfriend's parents. As normal, that...
  6. This is how I make custom shelves.....a high speed video (not a how to)

    The customer wanted a set of shelves that could come apart and be wheeled off the gallery floor for art openings. I designed the shelf brackets in a CAD program and had them cut with a waterjet. Then the rest of the process is showm in the vid. Alot of bandsaw and sanding. At the end I had about...
  7. Matching Bathroom Vanities

    We did a pair of his and hers bathroom vanities with a beautiful veneer. Called Cinnamon Laurel Burl, it is a great looking wood. We got it from Certainly Woods, out of New York. The designs came from Tommi at K Gallery Art and Design. Her work is a joy to build, due to the great looking...
  8. folding illustration table

    My wife needed a new workspace. As an illustrator she needed a proper setup. We dont have the space for a dedicated table So I modified some plans for a folding work bench i found online. The legs fold in flat and the table top flips back around flat. I finished the table with some weathered...
  9. "Shockwave" - A sculpted console table

    I've been madly preparing for a show that opens up this weekend at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT This show is all about woodworking and is showcasing some extremely talented woodworker from our region (including other lumberjocks Todd Clippinger and Scott Morrison). Here is one of...
  10. No Stains Gallery

    Last spring I was asked to display some of my pieces in a small local gallery. I was humbled and excited to have been approached as I did not consider myself an "artist" with regard to my woodworking. Regardless, the title was "No Stains were harmed or used" and featured a variety of projects...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    If you have a few minutes, or a couple hours, check out the furniture on this site…NW Fine Woodworking Or go further and look into individual woodworkers that make up the gallery… Lots of inspiration here. Mike Lingenfelter and I took a field trip here last week. It was a great place to be!
  12. Site Help and Suggestions
    Any ideas on why my "View Gallery" feature is displaying blanks? None of my projects have the exclude from gallery box checked.
  13. Blogs
    David Marks Shop Tour http://blip.tv/play/AeTUIgA I know there are a lot of Woodworks fans in the LJ community, so I figured this would be a fun series to post here. Last summer, on our Gadget Station delivery trip, we decided to stop and visit the one and only David Marks. If you're not...
  14. Blogs
    Woodcraft Gallery .... the intro.... Recently my wife, Deb, and I were fortunate enough to fly over to Christchurch, New Zealand … this was mainly to visit our daughter, Amanda, her partner, Paul and our grandson Malakai Deb wanted to see snow…It was also her birthday and our anniversary… so I...
  15. Blogs
    On exhibit at Cirello Gallery for a month Here is the flyer
  16. Blogs
    A Scrimshaw Art Journey: What it is & How to Do it; Five Simple Steps to Success A Scrimshaw Art Journey: A Lumberjock's "Short Version" of the Techniques for Decorating a Powder Horn by: Mark A. DeCou www.decoustudio.com (This writing, photos, and artwork are protected by copyright by M.A...
  17. Blogs
    Warning: Highly Addictive! New Interactive 3D LJ Galleries Did you ever want to present your woodworking creations in an exciting interactive 3D viewer? Well, now you can do just that using our new LumberJocks Gallery feature: Go to your "My Home" page and click on the VIEW GALLERY button...
  18. Blogs
    Charles Rohlfs Oak Desk, Stickley Ellis Table & Iconic Crafts, Nelson Atkins Art Gallery Kansas City Wow! I made it, I finally made it, and oh what a surprise to find a museum with Iconic Furniture pieces intermixed with a lot of European, Asian, Native American, Egyptian, and some strange...
  19. Blogs
    My First Exhibit Two years ago I set a personal goal to get some of my work in a public exhibit…well it finally has happened. I am showing five pieces in the 2010 Spring Membership Show of the Lake County Art League. It is definitely a different feeling putting your work out in public locally...
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