Monthly Archives: July 2011

Orchid Tables

These tables were fabricated with the use of Marquetry technique for the inlay of the tops.  The flowers, stems and leaves represent Phalaenopsis Orchids.  All three tables share similar, but not identical tops.  They vary in size, veneer colors, background woods and overall design and construction. The Orange Orchid table was in the 2007 Design In […]

Posted in Floral, Inlay, Publications, Show Projects, Uncategorized

Secretary with bent lamination face

This piece was constructed with various veneers, bending Poplar and Mahogany solids.  I used Parquetry (a geometric pattern created as a result of different wood grains, colors and species) on the front and sides of the cabinet to give interest to an otherwise plain design.  This parquetry consists of flat sawn Mahogany, Mahogany crotch, as well as Walnut and […]

Posted in Cabinetry, Parquetry, Uncategorized

Archer Marquetry Panel

This small panel is approximately 10″ x 12″.  It is a stylized ancient archer and gazelle.  It consists of a number of types of veneer on a maple background.  I designed and fabricated it while enrolled in my first Marquetry class with Paul Schurch in 2001.  The photos here show the various stages of construction […]

Posted in Inlay, Marquetry, Marquetry Flat-work