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Craig Thibodeau

Diamond Cabinet
An entertainment cabinet in Jatoba with parquetry veneer work in a harlequin pattern of Madrone Burl and Maple diamonds. The interior has four adjustable shelves and ventilation slots in the back and base of the cabinet. The interior is veneered in Quartersawn Sapele and the cabinet is finished with Satin Lacquer inside and out.
34" high by 20" deep by 42" wide
Photographs by: Craig Carlson

You can also view more of his work in his Gallery.



Jerry Kermode

Box Elder Turning with Natural bark Edge.

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Vist his Website-
www.JerryKermode.com

 


Steve Altman

Error Chest
Dimensions: 8"x 11"x 17" (approx.)
Small cabinet with two drawers in anigre, black palm and holly. Nobody's perfect.

More of Steve's work can be found in his gallery.

Or visit his website www.myworkshop.com


Craig Thibodeau

Size:
20" wide by 20" deep by 34" high
Materials:
Pau Ferro, Maple Burl, Ebony, Maple, Stainless Steel, and various marquetry woods

This Art Deco Table is a mechanical table that has at its core mechanical functionality inspired by the work of Abraham and David Roentgen, who specialized in highly complex mechanical furniture over a quarter millennia ago (1760-1790) for clientele that included Marie Antoinette, Empress Catherine II, and King Frederick William II.

When examined closely, the table reveals a series of hidden elements.

To see more, including a video, visit Craig's website-
http://ctfinefurniture.com/automaton-table/

You can also view more of his work in his Gallery.


Jerry Kermode

5 1/4" x 7 1/4" x 6 1/4"

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Vist his Website-
www.jerrykermode.com



Steve Altman

Dimensions:11"x 11-1/2"x 17" (approx.)
Jewelry armoire in sapele pomelle, spalted maple, Castello boxwood, and ebony. Has six drawers and a partition that slides out for hanging necklaces, etc. Also has a secret "cash box." I've seen Chinese cabinets that have wonderful lacquerwork panels, which I can't do. This I can.

For more information, visit www.myworkshop.com

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Deborah and Jerry Kermode

10 1/8" x 10 1/4" x 9"

Jerry and Deborah have developed their love of native woods and turning into a full time business. Jerry’s vessels are available nationally and he has become a much sought after teacher. Deborah administrates their company, which now includes her own business, Creating Financial Clarity, offering assistance in the business of art.

See more of Jerry's work in his Gallery.

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Visit their website-

www.jerrykermode.com

 


Dale Larson

Bowl of Bowls
A 16" Madrone bowl with 36 smaller Madrone bowls in it.
The small bowls were turned wet, allowed to dry, then painted.

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