Bucksport, ME 04416
Most of my work is made of red maple saplings and twigs, with beech, oak, cherry, sourwood, alder and other hardwoods making an appearance occasionally. Strong mortise and tenon joinery is the primary structural method, with all rungs and stretchers kiln dried. Dowels, pegs, bronze nails, and screws may be used to attach small pieces and enhance structural integrity.
Although I often have a few pieces on hand, what’s available from my studio is always changing. Since my pieces are one-of-a-kind works carefully designed and crafted by hand, only a limited number can be produced each year.
I always welcome commissions, so please look over my portfolio and think about what attracts you most.
Contact me for images of works-in-progress, larger versions of portfolio pictures, or to discuss a new work for your own unique place.
Treated as you would any fine furniture, these pieces should last indefinitely. They may even become heirlooms or tomorrow’s antiques.
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