CURRENT WORK

Our current work is available for purchase in galleries in Ennis & 

Missoula

Woven Willow Chair
Woven Willow Chair

44"tall x 20"deep x 20"wide. Chair seat & back of native creek-harvested willow from Big Spring creek in central Montana. Stick frame of native fir. Textural & highly sculptural piece. Available at "Artists on Main Gallery" in Ennis, MT.

Swooped Enfield Bench
Swooped Enfield Bench

45"long x 37"tall x 21"deep. Hand scooped seat of Montana-grown ash. Traditional through-tenon legs wedged with ebony. Sculpted upright back. All ash wood from a tree that lived its life in front of the Lewistown courthouse. Available at "4 Ravens Gallery" in Missoula, MT.

Shaker Chair
Shaker Chair

42" tall x 21"deep x 21"wide. Native fir & ash woods. Traditional Shaker tape seat made from woven cotton. A modern take on an American furniture icon. Available at "4 Ravens Gallery" in Missoula, MT.

Cantilever Chair
Cantilever Chair

18"wide x 36"tall x 16"deep. Seat of oak. Back spine & rails of Maryland-harvested black walnut. Cantilevered seat gives the piece unique engineering, preserving clean lines & a contemporary look. Square mortise and tenon legs, made from native ash. An elegant design & structural marvel. Sold.

The Falconer's Chair
The Falconer's Chair

33"tall x 17"deep x 27"wide. Movement abounds in this piece. Hand-cut lap jointed legs curve from the base of the piece all the way up to the chokecherry wood back. Pinned with oak; no screws. Rails of Maryland-grown black walnut, carved by drawknife & spokeshave. Available. 1,800. Email for more info.

Woven Willow Bench
Woven Willow Bench

Bench of native green ash & woven creek willow. Hand cut joinery with through-tenon legs wedged with mahogany. Great as a coffee table or bench. SOLD.

Rare Wood Console Table
Rare Wood Console Table

Dense, old growth fir top taken from reclaimed bridge plank. Rare mountain mahogany wood center rail. Ebony side rails and pins. SOLD.

Ladderback Chair
Ladderback Chair

Sold.

Monolith Bench
Monolith Bench

Carob wood from a ranch in the southwest. Oak slab top finished by hand. Legs and rails shaped with spokeshave, drawknife, and rasp. SOLD