I've been working wood since before I graduated high school. Furniture was my first real passion. The work here was mostly commissioned, and consequently one of a kind. It is by no means a comprehensive showing as I have worked in many other styles through the years. What work is still for sale is shown with it's price. Contact me for dimensions or other information. Commissions for new work is possible, again contact me if your interested. Much of my work is located outside of Colorado, so shipping or delivery can be easily arranged.
Furniture design is available to meet your tastes and needs. I can build furniture to your designs and ideas, or come up with something unique, truly one of a kind. Whether it is an entire space that needs my services or a single piece of furniture or accessory, I am happy to share my ideas in a particular style. Being a craftsman and artist, much of my work in other mediums informs and colors my ideas in furniture design. Contact me to help come up with something to suit your particular tastes.
New designs coming, here is a preliminary shot of the seminal piece.
Off Center Table, Poplar, Milk paint, African Mahogany approx. 30" tall $1400
Off Center tables. poplar, milk paint, African Mahogany tops. approx. 20" tall $900/ $1650 for pair.
Desert Fruit 29" tall, 23x24.5 inch top. Poplar, African Mahogany, milk paint. $2,600
Mirror frame. "nice dress, bad teeth" aprox. 18" square $350
Koa and Macassar Ebony dresser sold
Cherry with Wenge accents sold
"Figures on a landscape" Hall table
Cherry, Pine, MDF $4,000
Cherry, Wenge and leather
"Warped Perspective" series NFS
Cherry and Wenge Mirror
"Warped Perspective"series Sold
Cherry, Koa, pigmented lacquer over MDF sold
"The Stick, Stone and Broken Bone" end table sold
Cherry, Maple, Koa, Basswood
"Jacques the Angry Frenchman"
Walnut, Ebony and Copper sold
Cherry end table, ebonized legs sold
Shower bench sold
Dining Table sold
Scotch cabinet (holds 2 bottles, 4 glasses) sold
Jewelry Boxes Left sold,Right $450rR right box $550
Ash, Ebony, Walnut
"the Fat King" sold
"the Good Knight" sold
All my furniture, whether it's whimsical or serious in tone, is made with the finest woods and classical wood working techniques. There is a reason that the finest work through the ages have been made with similar joinery, because it works. Wood is a material that moves, constantly. Good design takes this into consideration and works with the seasonal movement. Modern work that forgets this simple idea is disposable furniture, and will likely self destruct given time.
The great warmth that comes from a well designed and executed piece of furniture is a combination of the beauty of the material and sensitive use. Both color and grain, structure and figure all play in the overall apperance. The subtle details give depth and interest; yes, these details do drive up the price but they also add the value to a piece. A well made piece will become an heirlom, and a beloved part of the family.