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Fleeting

comments (3) March 2nd, 2011 in Reader's Gallery

Kent_Perdue Kent Perdue, contributor
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Interior of house and plaster doors.
Detail of hinge for roof

Title: Fleeting

Dimensions: 54 wide,19 tall, 7.5 deep.

Materials: Mahogany, cherry, steel, brass, string

This piece is part of a series that represent taking what I have learned and experienced from early life and where you take it. 

All of the wood was sawn on the bandsaw to give it a nice texture.  There are multiple different finishing techniques, ebonizing, staining, wax and other stuff.  The doors are a frame work that are first covered with tiny lath strips and then plastered. 

 www.kentperdue.blogspot.com

 


Design or Plan used: My Own Design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, workshop, how to, cabinet, box, cherry, mahogany, Wood, art, kent perdue, arrowmont, vcu


Comments (3)

Kent_Perdue Kent_Perdue writes: Hi Crookehouse,
No offense taken, it's a cabinet or box that hangs from the wall. Either one is fine, It's sculptural obviously but a lot of furniture is. Most any furniture has elements that are decorative and have no structural importance. So basically all the extra stuff like the wings, and overall shape are just part of my goal to convey a feeling and a way of thought. Read the desription above for the short version of what im getting at. Take a look at my blog for more of my work if you are interested. It has multiple pages with more work that warrants the "What is it" question.

thanks for asking, Kent Perdue

www.kentperdue.blogspot.com

Posted: 1:01 am on March 4th

Crookehouse Crookehouse writes: Obviously very fine work and attention to detail in this project. But, don't take offense to this, what exactly is this?
Posted: 2:26 pm on March 3rd

jake_shackelford jake_shackelford writes: Fantastic! I love the shadows it makes on the wall
Posted: 12:08 pm on March 3rd

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