Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 38
Brandon Blauvelt of
Andover, NJ, designed and crafted Ihis coffee tabic. The tabic is made of black walnut and lias white maple inlay. This was Brandon's first project in college as he worked to earn his bachelor's degree in Furniture Design. Its clean lines and cantilever edges are a direct influence from Asian architecture. Please feel free to send comments or requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank R. Baize of Salem. OR, spent, five weeks (over 130 hours!) making this phenomenal intarsia Aztec Calender. The 1,500+ pieces were cut, shaped, and hand sanded before being stained and meticulously glued to a 1/4" masonite board. The project was then completed with two generous coats of wood sealer followed by one coat of lacquer. Frank has since created another Aztec Calender! We certainly admire your dedication to such artistic endeavors. Keep lip the good work!
Harry Savage of Port Jefferson Station. NY, submitted his White Tiger, a variation on a design by Charles Dealing. Il is made from 1/8" birch, measures approximately 11" x 14". and is framed behind glass. To see some more of Harry's work, visit his website at: http://hany.o.tiipod.com.