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  1. The beginnings of my woodworkings..

    These are some pictures of 3 different projects that i did on my free time, not really knowing if i could do it or not, you know, the way a pro would.. So i started with drawings, i could at least do that. I blended curves and added leaves as i went. Most people wouldn't believe me if i told...
  2. New Wave Gothic Memorial Credence (Communion) Table

    Religious and fraternal furniture always takes on a special meaning; these pieces accept the persona of ceremony and participate in religious occasions from regular services to weddings, to funerals to holidays. Religious piece lasts for generations, not just a few functional years in a home, so...
  3. French Quarter Murphy Bed w/Gothic Arch | Custom

    This is a Murphy Wall Bed going in the French Quarter and finished up in November 2012. The customer sketched up something and wanted the Gothic arch style doors. The were concerned with getting the arch correct. I did some research and found the formula to make the arch without having to...
  4. Walnut Book Display

    This piece is made of reclaimed American Walnut and finished with polyurethane. The finials and candle holders are hand-turned. Finished with polyurethane.
  5. Wooden Coffin Case

    Sorry it took so long to get this online but my tablet crashed as I was almost done with the posting. GRRRRRR. This is something I created out of necessity and the fact it was super cool. This case took over a month to build working on it a little at a time but still would not have been a...
  6. Batsignal Nightlight

    Haven't posted any projects for awhile, so I figured it's about time. I made this for my friend's 4 year old grandson. He's a big Batman fan and I thought he'd like this. It's made with Honduran mahogany and white oak with light ebonizing on the oak. I found the bat logo online and resized it...
  7. Shou-sugiban Beer Hutch (Gothic)

    Started a project with no real intent, plan, dimensions; just happened across a 38"x36"x2" slab of old growth Japanese Cedar that a local sawyer had sitting around for 65 years! He was cleaning shop and let it go for $20! In true Japanese fashion, both faces were completely straight grain and...
  8. New Wave Gothic Desk (Library Table)

    This is a New Wave Gothic desk in Solid Quarter Sawn White Oak - The design combines elements from Gothic, Renaissance, Mission, Jacobean & maybe even a little country. Features include an original design gothic tracery (fretwork) panel in each trestle leg, rope carving, corbels, & leaf...
  9. Custom New Wave Gothic Shadow Box Frame

    This is a recent personal project - I have a tenancy to pull off some rather, how best described let's see … well overkill is a good way to describe it I guess … My father finally decided it was time to sign off on my "Masters" certification - which officially proclaimed that I have the basic...
  10. New Wave Gothic Entertainment Center (Armorie)

    Confronting the task of housing modern home theater equipment, video games and a host of wires, movies and accouterments without diminishing the carefully planned period architecture of your home often leads to frustration. Artisans of the Valley offers our original New Wave Gothic line...
  11. Solid Walnut Rendition of our New Wave Gothic Dining Table

    This piece follows the same theme as our other New Wavev Gothic Dining Table - only this one was done in solid American Black Walnut. The table is part of a set with a matching server and two corner units, we'll post those shortly. Please visit my "projects" section for more images of this...
  12. Charles Rohlfs Style High Back Desk Chair recreated Mark DeCou Honduras Mahogany Wood handcarved

    Charles Rohlfs Style Chair, recreated in Honduras Mahogany, by Mark A. DeCou. This project was a commissioned item, if you'd like something similar, please start by visiting my ETSY.com store to review the commission listing You may also email me directly at: [email protected] ----------...
  13. Chapel Doors

    I made these doors for a guy that built a reproduction of an 1890's chapel way back in the woods on his property next to a really nice open meadow. This fellow is actually the brother of the guy i built the other similar salvaged pine door in my projects. Word of mouth works! I need to go back...
  14. St. Anthony of Padua Church; Custom Built Side Altars with Carved Tracry Trim and Gold-Powder Paint

    This was a commissioned project, and so they have been sold. If you would like something similar, or need an artisan to create something unique for your place of worship, please email me for more information: [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -...
  15. The Elusive Mantle

    Here is the framework for the mantle I have yet to finish. I included the drawing showing the basic panel layout. Obviously there have been (and will continue to be) modifications to the plan.
  16. Corbels

    Here are some simple corbles my boys and I built for our current house. Unlike the mantle, these were finished and are now off my to-do list.
  17. Gothic Architecture - Lamp - 3D puzzle

    Spent a few weeks over xmas designing this lamp idea that had been rolling around in my head for a couple years. Just added a few new CNC toys to the garage to make it possible to get the detail I wanted, but it could also be made by scrollsaw work if you had enough time on your hands. The kit...
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm building an outdoor table to match my in-laws set and will finish it with a gloss white paint to match. I wondered if i should use some type of sealer before painting the wood, or will the paint be enough? I'm using pine since it will be painted I didn't think the added cost of a good...
  19. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I get all gooey when I see old furniture in old movies on TV…mostly gothic stuff. Has anyone seen the throne in "Queen Christine" with Greta Garbo? In the beginning of the movie, it's the throne of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, her father. The father has been killed in battle. The child...
  20. Blogs
    Linenfold 1 of 4 Hi everybody, This carving blog will show part of carving projects that i'm working on. This linenfold is a part of a Gothic Style. Just below you can find an example of this ornement. You can see more sample just here...
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