It’s a beautiful sunny day on the farm. A great day for a ride. Black walnut, maple.
A typical New England sugar house waiting for the sap to run. Made as a Tea Caddy or Spice Box. Catalpa, maple.
A simple rural church in Lyme, CT. Mahogany.
A strikingly beautiful staircase with French rose-colored limestone treads and mahogany rail. Wrought-iron work by Nol Putnam, White Oak Forge.
This piece basically designed itself. The two columns were carved and stacked arbitrarily. When I stood back to have a look at them I realized they looked like a man and woman, so I added three kids. Needing a third point to support the glass I added a balloon. Carved black walnut.
The hay’s in and a barn cat takes advantage of the afternoon sun for a nice nap. Cherry, catalpa.
Stained balsam fir and polyurethane A bench honoring Maine’s favorite mountain.
A pair of cherry end tables designed to go along side a pair of Marcel Breuer Wassily Chairs.
A commissioned reproduction of a dining set designed in 1903 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Room de Luxe, Willow Tea Room, Glasgow, Scotland.
A Pacific Northwest interpretation of a chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Argyle Tea Room, Glasgow, Scotland, 1898.