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The process for these projects was vastly different from the traditional “design approach”. Each piece was created through a reactive process, wh… Read More
The process for these projects was vastly different from the traditional “design approach”. Each piece was created through a reactive process, where the material capability of the wood and metal determined the ultimate form of each object. This proved to be a valuable concept in understanding the potential for each type of wood and metal. Read Less
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Finding Order in Chaos. 

Aluminum with copper plated steel wire.   
Turning for Balance

Lathed poplar wood with mortis and tenon joint.
Rotating Geometry

 Tin plated steel cubes, riveted and sliced corners.
Planed and Polished to Perfection

 Hand planed walnut disc. Bent lamination stand with removable side configuration.
Aluminum and Tin Studies

Working with the material's potential to create a quick variety of models. 
Pareidolia Mask

 Carved basswood portrayal of the psychological phenomenon Pareidolia (seeing faces in inanimate objects).