The old saying “two heads are better than one” holds true in my house. My wife Joyce and I collaborated on the carving in the image at left. I did the carving and she came up with the idea. She … Continue reading
This piece is for sale, in stock for immediate delivery. Scroll down for purchasing information. It doesn’t seem like ten years have passed since I built a reproduction of the Byrdcliffe Sassafras Linen Press, but time has marched on. Building … Continue reading
This piece is for sale, in stock for immediate delivery. Scroll down for purchasing information. The design for this carving is based on a ceramic tile design originally made by the Grueby Tile & Faience Company in the early 20th … Continue reading
This piece is for sale, available for immediate delivery. In the late 1800s, Japanese prints became the “latest thing” in America. Frank Lloyd Wright and Harvey Ellis both enjoyed and collected prints, and the influence of this aesthetic can be … Continue reading
This piece is for sale with immediate availability. In the course of studying Arts & Crafts style furniture for many years, I’ve also had the privilege to see many beautiful works in other media. Glass, prints and pottery are some … Continue reading
Back in stock, new carving available for immediate shipment! The lines between art and craft have always been wide and fuzzy. I have studied Arts & Crafts period furniture for a long time, and along with the furniture of that … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for information. This is a hand carved, hand painted rendition of the Hebrew word Chai. It means life, now and in the hereafter. The carving is solid basswood, and the frame … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for information. What happens when a two-dimensional graphic is rendered in three-dimensions? That’s the question that I’ve been exploring for the last several months. As a woodworker, carving is the most … Continue reading
This piece has been sold, but I would be happy to make another for you. E-mail for details. This is an interpretation of one of the panels from the Byrdcliff Iris Desk, panels designed in 1902 by Zulma Steele. To … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for buying information. Good design is timeless, and one of my pastimes is taking an old design and reproducing it with a contemporary selection of materials. If you weren’t aware of … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for buying information. This is a reproduction of a Gustav Stickley No. 70 Music Cabinet in solid quartersawn white oak. The cabinet stands 47″ high, is 20″ wide and 16″ deep. … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for buying information. One of my favorite pieces of Gustav Stickley furniture doesn’t look like Gus had anything to do with it. The Poppy table was part of the collection of … Continue reading
This solid quartersawn white oak table is a reproduction of a Gustav Stickley splayed leg side table (the legs angle from front to back). This was not a regular factory production piece; I only know of one example that has … Continue reading
This piece is available to purchase – scroll down for ordering details. This little table is 16″ in diameter and the top is 18″ above the floor. It is made entirely from solid quartersawn white oak with through mortise and … Continue reading
Bits and pieces of this piece have appeared here for the last month or so. I’m blessed with a talented, lovely and charming wife, and this is a collaboration between Joyce and I. If you don’t read Hebrew, this is … Continue reading
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One of the things I don’t like about magazine articles is the lack of photos of the finished project. There simply isn’t room for more than one “beauty shot” within the six or eight allotted pages. I’ve had the cover … Continue reading
Picking a favorite project is like deciding which of your children you love the most. Picking my favorite kid would be easy, I only have the one. Among all the things I’ve made from wood, the Byrdcliffe Linen Press is … Continue reading
DVD — Build an Arts & Crafts Mantle Clock is now available. Click Here for More Information and to Order Click Here for Photos of the Finished Clock The project I recently completed, a reproduction of a C.F.A. Voysey mantel … Continue reading
When I was a self employed furniture maker and cabinetmaker I didn’t have much choice about what I would build, it was mostly a matter of what a client wanted and was willing to pay for. For the last 9 … Continue reading