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A few of my favorite signature pieces
The gentle undulations and forms of "stumps". Just their simple shape is intriguing. All by themselves they can create a sense of "peace" within a room. Amazing! Or is it a miracle?
Years ago, I designed this piece, worked with the client and name it after him; " the "Bentley". His name is Ed Bentley. It features a stained glass insert (Ed did that), and hand carved oak leaf edgings by Chet Cale), A tangle of oak branches form it's base and spectacular spalted oak woods, a lower platform. When uplit, it can glow in the dark.
Simple is good. Just a simple bench but ohh so pretty with it's natural spalted wood.
Eienstein said it best:
"Keep it simple, but no more."
Ahhhh the "Tangle". The tangle design was created over a period of years. It came slowly, technique developed over many months. All towards my goal to create a piece that woud bring peace into your home. It was WORTH it!
No, it was not dug out of the ground. I put them together, one piece, one branch, at a time. Ususally oak branches. Each joint (branch to branch) being meticulously matched and painstakingly joined so as to appear as though it "grew" together.