Once you have art in your home, you will want to find other pieces that work well together that bring interest and texture into your space. Pottery, glass, fiber art, wood turned bowls, one-of-a-kind hand-built furniture, metalwork, etc., these different pieces will take the eye from one piece to another and give the room harmony.
This was a fun little build, However, I wasn’t sure at first. When the client approached me with this pine slab I was a little leary to take on the job. Pine is not what I would call fine furniture. […]
In this video I build a wooden stave Ice bucket for my bar cart, The bucket is made from white oak and I used a Japanese wood finishing technique called shou sugi ban to add just a little color to the bucket, I wanted it to look like it had been used in the mine.
In this video, I designed a Stave Wooden Bucket, that I built for a client to go with their bar cart. I used SketchUp to determine the proportions of the bucket, and the angle of how much the bucket tapered from top to bottom. I was then able to determine what angle and taper I needed to set the table saw up so I could cut the compound angles needed to construct the bucket. I even had a little fun in drawing a rope handle even though it was probably a moot point and should have used a different technique in the end.
Finding and collecting meaningful art is personal but meeting the artist is like adding an exclamation point! Over the years, Hunter-Wolff Gallery has had the pleasure of introducing collectors to their favorite artists and it is always amazing to see […]