The Rocker - Mabel
Sunday, November 13, 2011
The Rocker - Mabel
Mabel started lived a rough life and she has bent to the winds of time.
Solid Burl with a 7 coat hand rubbed oil finish.
Hand made butterflies and custom joinery.
Mabel is currently available
We have started a page on Facebook for Jay's artworks.
We will use both the Facebook page and this blog to keep you informed and updated on the shows and projects that Jay will be involved in.
Join us on the Facebook page and make sure to spread the word and help share Jay's art with the world!
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at one of the upcoming shows!
It has been a long time since anything was posted here on the blog.
Jay has been working nonstop on the creation of new pieces and running to shows here and there throughout the North East.
With the power outage in Connecticut over the past few weeks he decided that maybe I should take over running the blog and web work for him so that he can keep on working on the other side of things.
You know, the artistic stuff.
I'm his brother but I didn't get the artistic abilities that he did.
I do woodworking but far from the level and ability that Jay has.
I thought I would take a few moments and just post a few pictures of some of his new works here and I will come back and add information on each of the pieces later.
So for now lets have a look at some of the new items Jay has in process and some of the new finished pieces that are available for purchase and a few that have already been sold.
The Ski Slider Box - $4,500.00 SOLD
Custom hand carved Skier and Moon inlay Burl with Burl leg / support base with Hand Rubbed 7 Layer Oil Finish.
The Rose Frame - $350.00 SOLD
Hand Carved Picture Frame with Hand Rubbed 7 Layer Oil Finish.
The Aroma Bowl - $3,250.00 SOLD
Custom Hand Carved Solid Burl Aroma Caster with hand Woven Vine Bottom to allow free flow of Air from the Bowls contents to the open air of the room surroundings. Custom Finger joints with alternating cuts from the Burl cause an interesting visual effect while increasing the strength of the finished piece. The finish is a Hand Rubbed 7 Layer Oil Finish.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
I have been neglecting this blog for a long time now and focusing my time on my art.
I will be returning over the next few days with posts and pictures of several of the projects that I have been working on over the past 2 years.
I have many new items that I think you will all enjoy.
Several items will be going on display through out the USA shortly.
I will be posting a schedule of dates and locations here as well.
I have a chance at writing some columns for woodworking magazines in the near future in the works as well.