Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you are making toys, then...
Nina crafted this Victorian-style washstand as an exact replica of the original that he owns. The piece is made of white oak and the carvings are done using a bushing-guided router and slotted acrylic templates.
A reproduction of the orignal armonica made by Benjamin Franklin. Sound is made by rubbing a moistened finger along the edge of the spinning glasses. The only deviation is Lash’s use of electricity to work the instrument rather than the traditional foot pedal. The piece is made of white oak, spruce, fir, mahogany and mahogany veneer.
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A modern take on a piece originally designed for military use. This campaign chest functions as a desk rather than the luggage/furniture conbination of its predecessors. The piece is made from maple and teak veneer along with plywood, white oak and brass. The finish is oil and shellac.
Putnam’s 18th-century reproduction linen press is made from mahogany, quartersawn white oak, ebony and satinwood. The cornice features an inly of the palmetto tree and crescent moon - both signatures of the flag of South Carolina.
The furniture of Jefferson's Monticello is the topic of this year's Working Wood in the 18th Century conference, co-sponsored by Fine Woodworking and Colonial Williamsburg. Jefferson himself (in the person of Williamsburg's Bill Barker) showed up often at the show, to answer questions about Jefferson's life, work, and philosophy.
This is an artwork I just made using thousands of tacks. It is called Politax and is a play on words. I was going to originial do "Politacks" then a freind said, why not make it Politax and so I did...