Today I dropped off 3 pieces with my friends at Brecon Estate winery. Not only is their wine exceptional, but they’re all about supporting local artists and craftsmen. Go check them out, taste some good wine, and see some sculptures while you’re at it! #keepitlocal
I just dropped off a piece for the Phantom Project show downtown San Luis Obispo, CA. It looks like it’s going to be a great show!
If you’re local, come say hi at the artists’ reception this Friday from 6-9pm., 959 Higuera st. Here are the show details: http://centralcoastsculptors.org/
Each San Andreas table is unique because the meandering joint line that runs down the center is dictated by the natural edge (live edge) of the slabs. For pricing and details contact us.
For more photos and info about San Andreas style tables, click the thumbnail below:
There are a lot of live edge slab tables on the market these days. So when one of my clients asked about one, I suggested that we run the natural edge down the center of her table. Try something different! The result was a table style we’re calling “the San Andreas”. The meandering joint line resembles a fault line on a topographic map, and the areas where the slabs move away from each other look like a bodies of water on a map. Each San Andreas table is a custom order because the slabs are different every time. We currently have walnut slabs to accommodate table lengths anywhere from 4′ dining table to a 17′ long conference table. Of course, longer slabs can be purchased. For info and pricing, please contact us.
For those that are interested in the process of making this table, here is a short slide show.
Gluing up legs for an outdoor couch for Brecon Estate winery. The arms are made from reclaimed white oak joined with exterior grade Festool (Sipo) dominos and West Systems epoxy.