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  1. Mesquite Carved Vessels

    These are new carved vessels that were completed for our last mesquite show and are now headed to England, along with a ribbon sculpture and the Shangrila Rocker. In an effort to promote mesquite products overseas we sent a few pieces to display and sale. We're excited to go global and confident...
  2. Mesquite Carved Ribbon Sculpture

    "RIBBON DANCER" as it's called is one of our newest creations. Made from mesquite, this sculpture is still a mystery to me on how Scott made it. I watched him from start to finish and still don't know how it's done. First mesquite was glued up in a large block in a few stages using the vacuum...
  3. Juniper Canyon Carved Vessel

    This commisioned piece was made out of forest reclaimed juniper from out mountains here in NM. It was approximately 20" T x 18" L x 7" W. It was created first with a chainsaw and then grinders were used to finish the shaping. Turquoise was inlayed into the natural cracks and voids. This piece...
  4. woodwhisperer inspired end table

    Here's an end table I just finished for a wedding gift. The top is made from 10/4 curly maple with strips of butternut mixed in. The legs were made from 5/4 (i'm not sure what type of wood if anyone can help me out on that one) that was doubled up trying to bookmatch the grain to make them two...
  5. Bubinga Bed

    This bed was created for a long time customer that normally goes with mesquite wood. But she wanted a wood that really stood out for her bed. Bubinga ended up being that wood. We used highly figured bubinga veneer for the panels on both the bed and nightstands. Long rails of bubinga were used...
  6. Shangrila Klismos Style Mesquite Greek Chair

    This is a new style of chair that I did for a customer. Since he is Greek he was wanting a Klismos style chair, but with my own flair. He bought four of my low back chairs and wanted some of those features implemented into this greek chair. The Klismos chair came about when the Greeks in ancient...
  7. Carved Sink and mesquite counter

    Haven't posted anything for a while, because our lives have been consumed with our cabin. We finally moved in and can't be happier. We did some special features as you can see. Our bathroom and kitchen counters were made from mesquite wood and I carved a cherry sink for the bathroom. I kept the...
  8. Mesquite Dining Chairs

    Here is two mesquite dining chairs just completed. They will be going to a good customer in Colorado this weekend.Also found a decent gallery near Aspen to put some pieces so this will be a good trip to CO.This chair I think is my most comfortable chair next to the rocker it has a good lumbar...
  9. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I caught up with Sam Shakouri http://lumberjocks.com/sydney#comment-703269 at the Sydney Working With Wood Show. It was good to have a talk with Sam and have a closeup look at his work. I can assure all you Jocks out there that Sam's work is as good or better than the photos show.
  10. Wood & Lumber
    Anybody ever use dogwood for anything? I sliced one up from my daughters back yard and it looks prtty white and pretty hard.
  11. Blogs
    AZ Fine Art Expo happenings Well we are into the second week of the AZ Fine Art Expo. There has been good crowds and some small sales so far. I guess things don't take off right away. People know you're here for 10 weeks and take their time and come back over and over. We have had some great...
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