We always need places to put things. Cabinets can be enjoyable to look at and can serve for generations.
The cabinet is a storyboard of life, plants and fruit, little creatures, insects, birds and spirit.
Projecting and floating from the tulip like base is a simple box. This box tells a story that will be different for each person that ponders the carvings revealed from this rich wood. The cabinet is built from salvaged butternut and popular. It stands 42" tall, 18"w x 12"D. The base is 9" tall. The finish is a seal coat of shellac, stain and tung oil.
Jewelry Cabinet: This little jewelry cabinet will certainly become a family heirloom. 17"w x 11"d x 18"h, cherry, basswood, ash and padauk; doors carved from solid basswood; finish tung oil. Except for the handles, all the wood is locally salvaged.
The Cubbie Cabinet (42"h x 42"w x 11"d) butternut top, pine shelving, elm base, cherry burl door panel, cedar back and tung oil finish.
Tall cabinet (42"h x 21"w x 13"d) elm top, popular carved doors, ash carcase and elm base & Tung oil.
Pair of end tables in sugar maple. Some of the streak patterns came from tapping the tree for extracting maple syrup.