This piece was a commission from a friend. They had renovated their home and had removed a large door. They wanted to use it as the source material for a sculpture that they knew would be in their stairwell. I … Read More
This 1300 page book is an imprint of the web site where I wrote the story, one word per day, over the course of five years. It tells the story of my grandfather, father, and son, who is named after … Read More
This is the second in this series where I use salvaged doors as material for a perspective drawing. The carving is much more sparse in this one.
I took two antique doors and cut them into pieces designed to create a two-point perspective effect. I then assembled them and coated them in epoxy to unify the surface and carved the result.
A neighbor gave me their old dining table. I used the top to make some wood bowls. The leg had such a distinctive shape I decided to try some new techniques I had been thinking about.
The first piece resulting from a batch of doors I bought at an auction at an old mill. The door is carved away to reveal four more layers of wood.