The Acrobats

Thu 12 2008

One is a cabinet, the other a shelf. Distressed edges accentuate the playful shape. Nickel knobs. Vincent T. Leman a7330-008l

Douglas Fir, turned and sandcarved, approximately 5 ½  in. height by 8 ½  in. length. William Luce 0144-new

Early Morning Bloom

Thu 12 2008

This piece is sculptured from American Walnut also known as Black walnut. Sculpturing includes carving, piercing and sandblasting. Diameter: 9 inches, Height: 5 3/8 inches, Finish: Tung oil based varnish. Joyear Studio lg-early1

Womans in My Life

Thu 12 2008

Size: 24″ × 22″ × 62″. Avner Zabari womans-in-my-life

Charis Credenza

Thu 12 2008

Charis Credenza Walnut, & Curly Maple 64″w x 23″d x 36″h . Seth Rolland charis20credenzacharis20credenza20left20side

Lynn #2

Thu 12 2008

Named after a brilliant children¹s book writer and illustrator, the Lynn stools illustrate a Texas thunderstorm with cloud, lightning, barn and silo. Lynn #2 is made from walnut, tiger maple, padouk, bloodwood, maple and oak. 16″ wide, 13″ deep, 23″ tall. Danny Kamerath ph_lynn2_front_lg

Folding Screen

Thu 12 2008

Made with Hickory frames and Paulownia panels this carved three panel folding screen is 76 inches tall by 72 inches wide. Will Tait folding-screen

A chest of drawers conceived and made by Alain Belanger, Christine leans precariously, its drawers all different sizes, including the top drawer, which is a woodworking tour-de-force. One of a limited edition of 20, Christine stands 54” high x 30” large x 14” deep. Alain Belanger christine_the_strawberry_girl_small2ellu3j9y42wf4ogkogg8wco8d94aptgr22ifk8k4kwsk0oks4th

Lamp features a steel base with a rich.  A surface coloring, usually brown or green, produced by oxidation of bronze, copper or other metal. Patinas occur naturally and are also produced artificially for decorative effect of various hues of chocolate brown. The 8″ high, satin silk shade is painted with dye, which is hand applied with bamboo brushes. The steel base is hand forged. Stuart Loten, Loten Art Lightinga6907-016l

High Top Tea

Wed 12 2008

The sneaker portion of this teapot is hand-built of a self-made admixture of porcelain paperclay. The Chihuahua puppy’s head emerging from within is sculpted of white stoneware clay. Shoe laces are morphed to become larger and sturdier to serve as the teapot handle. Size: 11” x 8” x 4”. Porcelain Grace Meryl H. Ruth high-top-tea

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