Monday, November 28, 2011

Originally this Totem Pole was exhibited in Charlottesville's Art in Place in 2006-2007.  It was then taken to Meadowlark Botanical Garden  where it was on display for three years.  It stands 12 feet tall and is made of a variety of domestic hard and soft woods including; White Oak, Red Oak, Walnut, Cherry, and Cedar.  These helmeted men represent the cross section of historical warriors, futuristic astronauts, and prehistoric Olmec ballers.
This Totem Pole was sculpted in 2005 for a private residence in Charlottesville, VA. The client wanted to include her five totem animals; Hawk, Fox, Turtle, Frog and Horse.   She also has two sets of identical twins that I thought would complete her story.   It stands 12 feet tall and is make of three separate pieces of the Cedar taken from her property.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Inca Blocks : Build an Empire

Ancient Inca stonework comes home with you in this precisely fit set of wood blocks. Inspired by the true master stonemasons of South America. This set allows you to build temple ruins, walls, and fortresses with the power of the Inca emperor himself.  Find them on Etsy.

Includes approx. 40 blocks of varying sizes. Lintels, small blocks, medium, large, and notched.

Hand finished with Food grade mineral oil. For ages 5 and up.

Enjoy precision from the ancient engineers of South America!

Monday, January 03, 2011

Reclaimed Shelving and Coat Rack

Reclaimed wood coat hanger and shelf for the entryway.   Featuring Ash, Poplar, Cherry, Walnut, and 100 Year old Pine.