Last year, in collaboration with Crosstimbers Woodworking, we designed and built a series of coffee tables and end tables for the Big Horn River Lodge in Montana. Most of the walnut was salvaged from the rejected timber from the logging of a farm in Winfield, Kansas. Photographer Steve Hebert traveled to the lodge and captured some beautiful images of the tables for us.
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Just absolutely gorgeous Jack.
Jason S. Edmonds
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Thank you, Jason. I wish you could see that walnut in person. It is really wonderful.
What beautiful work, Jack! Proof that he who seeks beauty can find it anywhere — even in things others have rejected.
Thank you for your comment, Heide. Thankfully, it was pretty easy to find in this case!