John the Baptist, I think he is pretty much done. This picture is only slightly different form the earlier one- the Roman numerals are a bit lighter and there is text on the banners in the border.
The Messenger. The picture to the right is included to show the painting without the as much glare.
The drawing of Moses in the cleft of rock. Hopefully painting will begin this fall.
The marriage certificate that I was honored to do for my friends Genesis and Terry’s wedding. In the last picture you can see the signatures of all the attendees/witnesses. It is done in graphite, sumi ink, colored inks and watercolor on a smooth watercolor paper. The main picture and details are missing a few of the final touches of color which I negelcted to photograph.
Completed hickory stool and chair with hickory bark seats. For some pictures of the seats being woven in see the Traditional Woodcraft page.
Hickory chair and stool frames, awaiting their seats; to be woven of hickory bark. Inquiries welcome, please contact email@example.com.
Black Walnut nesting tables in three different positions. Inquiries welcome, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, not a perfect photograph, this is the painting entitled, The Stoning. Based from a story in the Gospel of John, often refered to as the Woman Caught in Adultery, in which Jesus writes in the sand. The frame is made of cherry wood.