David Walsh . master bowl turner . Dover, Pennsylvania
Walsh is always in search of the "perfect" tree- although no trees are destroyed for his work. He only selects trees that have been damaged or stand lifeless. He works in a range of species- cherry, chestnut, walnut and more. Each piece reveals it's inner secrets of pattern and texture.
Offered are a limited number of his ikebanas, perfect vessels for flower arranging, simple and beautiful. Each piece contains a removable frog for arranging your prize stems fresh or dried- they will hold water. Works are signed, numbered, and labeled with the wood type. His work has been represented in the RENWICK GALLERY at the SMITHSONIAN and seen on Public Television.
left to right- Norway Maple $68. American Chestnut $32. Spalted Maple $48.
Hand Crafted Baskets from
DaVine Swamp Baskets .
Patti DaVine . Savannah Georgia.
Twisted and woven into fine pieces of earthy art, the basketry is made from vines and twigs indigenous to this beautiful region of the country- grape, kudzu, honeysuckle, brier, wisteria....
Brown/Cream/Green Basket. 12 x 16. $50. ... Purple/Orange/Cream Basket. 11 x 14. $40
Lighted Art ....
Beautiful creative works from Margaux Jones
LightMiner~ Edmonds, Washington By day her 3-dimensional pieces are perfect accents. By night they are glowing beauties.
Margaux was featured on HGTV~ what a wonderful, creative soul!
Her works combine technology and imagination for functionalworks of art that light. Images are captured with her "secret process" in a lexan material for a translucent result then framed in wood.
The only work remaining in the group shown at left is the art deco table lamp.