W275- “Either Way” Mahogany, Pecan, Swiss Pearwood, and White Oak Wall Cabinet
Del Guidice calls this wall cabinet “Either Way,” and says “it was inspired when I saw an architectural rendering of proposed buildings that reminded me of two people standing together but facing in different directions.” He used splined miter joints in the cabinet cases. The tops are veneered bent laminations and the incised carved panels are colored with milk paint.
MAHOGANY, PECAN, SWISS PEARWOOD, AND WHITE OAK 7D X 16W X 25H
– Mark Del Guidice from Concord, Mass.
Craft forms 2018: This pieces caught our attention from among the many shown at Craft Forms 2018, a juried exhibition at the Wayne Art Center in Pennsylvania. This was the 24th year of the exhibition, which also featured works in ceramic, fiber, metal, glass, mixed media, and 3-D printing.
Photo: Stewart Clements
From Fine Woodworking #275