Not a live tree falls
for our burnishments.
Rustic Furniture from the log - Glass Top Tables - Tree Table Sculpture P.O. Box 143, Wilson, Kansas, 67490, US
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The beauty of nature
In the beginning,
The first root of the truck I used to create a base for this large table.
Root, from the same truckload shown above, roots are trimmed away revealing the beauty of simple shapes and swirling circular grain for this coffee table base. Could easily have been a dining table base. Scroll down to see more photo's of this base as it finishes.
First few coats of finish applied with some work completed on darkening of the cracks.
Below, the beginnings of a commissioned work for a Colorado mountain home. A smaller coffee table. Scroll down to see finished piece.
Here, the piece has several more coats of hand rubbed finish. Continuing to work on the accenting of the cracks. The small oak top is actually a substrate base that will receive this tables forest green, oval, granite top. Client is mailing final photo's.
And a close up of one of the many character traits. More finish yet to come for a warm "glow"..
Notice the pretty swirling and circular grain created by cutting away of larger roots.
The above piece had the roots trimmed off of the side. Below is a root ball with the roots trimmed ( cut ) away from the bottom and leaving just a hint of roots.
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