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Camerons Rocking Chair built By Cameron Martin from Canadian Black Walnut and some very figured Birdseye Maple. The seat and back braces show Birdseye Maple, the seat is wrapped top and bottom with Walnut, the back braces are a bent lamination consisting of four layers two outside being Birdseye Maple and the inside two are Walnut.
Cameron is currently a second year student at Conestoga College taking the cabinet making course
Cameron was a student through my Build Your Own Chair 10 day sculpted rocking chair course that I offer to anyone wanting to learn and build their very own chair, to have in their family for generations.
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