Posted on February 22, 2013
Posted on December 13, 2012
Posted on August 6, 2012
Utilizing the natural contours of our native black walnut within confines of a more strict geometry.
JONAH CHEST: PANELS
Building up a trapezoidal chest panel.
Ebonized walnut splines.
NATURAL EDGE FRAME
Whole frame. The lower left corner is a doweled butt-joint.
Posted on March 10, 2010
A dovetailed painting cabinet in quarter-sawn white oak. The tree grew along the Van Horn Branch just south of Boaz, Kansas, until it’s bank gave way. The panels will be gessoed and receive an oil painting. The cabinet is only dry fitted. It will not be glued up until the panels are fully prepared. In order to eliminate the center stiles of the frame and panel doors, the inside inch and 1/2 is a full tenon into the rail, while the rest of the panel will float in the customary grooves.
Posted on December 2, 2009
Posted on May 9, 2009
Posted on December 11, 2008
Some images of an alder wood console, underway in the shop. The frame, dry-fitted, and some panels being shaped, then some dovetials of the frame assembly.