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Bent lam ply, inlayed dyed resin. Cherry, lacewood, pine, dyed resin.
The Entertainment Center is the center piece of this family’s living room. Drawers are built to hold CDs and DVDs, family games, and more. The center river panel is inlayed dyed resin in a pine surround, attached to the wall so it appears to “float.” Lights are inside the center section with a hidden trap door under the wide screen to change CFLs. At far right is another in my River Series(tm), the river lamp “Agua borealis,” 6.5′ tall, oval in cross section, useful light spills out both sides. To see more in the series, www.ConundrumDesigns.com.
Entertainment Center with River Panel, part of my River Series(tm). More to see at www.ConundrumDesigns.com. At far right is the river lamp "Agua borealis," 6.5' tall, oval in cross-section, useful light spills out both sides.
All ply, both curved and flat, was self-made with cherry veneer in order to keep the reveal the same width. Drawer pulls are my design, cut and carved from cherry. Drawers are lacewood veneer with solid edging.
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Beautiful! But please move the TV just a little to the left....
We are fortunate enough to have several of Scott's pieces in our home, from a wonderful candle holder carved out of a tree root to a full dining room set crafted mainly from Tanzanian muninga wood. We consider all of his work as heirloom pieces. His ideas continue to flow forth ... never the same thing twice and we love it all!
Scott - Kathy and I love the pieces in your catalog, and especially this entertainment center. Such a novel and captivating design! You have a gift, and have chosen the perfect medium with which to share it with us mere mortals. Keep on keeping on! Dan Gabe
I've seen many examples of Scott's work, and it is all beautiful. The flowing water theme is recurrent (pun) and appropriate.
I've seen some of Scott's work in other publications, and am equally impressed with the ones shown here. His versatlity and meticulous attention to craftsmanship is evident in all of his pieces.
I have seen a range of Scott Reuman's work, and it is indeed a range: the diversity of his successful creative efforts is amazing. Even though a theme of stream flow runs through much of his work, he's always coming up with startling new ideas, new ways to used materials, new art objects. He seems to be incapable of stale repetition. Those lucky enough to acquire his works can, if they choose, have strikingly individual art works.
Beautiful shapes and an impressive blend of wood and resins to create a truly unique work or art.
Scott -- You continue to excel as a master artist and craftsman. Your creativity, design and finished works are astonishing. The two works you completed for us are not only beautiful works of art, but amazingly functional as well. I am in awe of your work -- and you are a really nice guy. Richard Reeves
It looks like it will work as a desk too. Love the blue resin, what is the material exactly, I guess what form is the resin?
A very intriguing and beautiful design.
I love it!
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