One of a series of small scrollsaw ornaments
Cardinal made of bloodwood on a raw edge birch
A 6 inch ornament of cedar, walnut and aspen
A fully articulated bobcat measuring 10 inches long
These are made of various species and measure about 4 inches each
One of a series of router trays. This one made of Red Wood and Aspen
This tiny cabinet measures less than 6 inches tall.
An Intarsia piece made of Western Red Cedar and Pine
A dual rocking horse set made for a Habitat for Humanity auction
This is a scrollsaw piece made of red cedar
This cutting board is maple with black walnut inserts
A router tray made of maple and redheart
I made this of quartersawn red oak for Sheila when Natalie was born
This stylized piece is made of black walnut as a gift.
The only accurate model of the largest sailing warship in the US Navy. Model built in 1981.
Made of maple and purpleheart
Made as a gift for Steven on the birth of Bryce
This watch has movable band and working buckle
The stool has no fasteners.
Interlocking snack trays fit into a carrying tray created from the same species; walnut, maple, cherry and oak.
The board made of maple with walnut detail, sits in the depression of a standard sized kitchen sink.
I built this optical illusion corner shelf of Sapele. It stands 60" tall and 10" wide.
This mixed media logo holds the Guild business cards at the local Woodcraft store
These Craftsman-style End Tables are Red Oak and have no fasteners, only mortise and tenon joinery.
I made this Intarsia wall hanging for my brother.
Maple and Red Wood make up this router tray.
15 piece Maple and Walnut clock.