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FUNCTIONAL ART —
UNIQUE SCULPTURE IN WOOD

Wood is the lifeblood of our planet.  Trees and plants take the air we breathe out - and transform it into the oxygen we need to live. 

A piece of natural wood - especially the live edge, grain-rich pieces I work with - unite us directly with the earth. 

Out on a walk you can view the outside of a tree.  These pieces bring a precious tree into your home - to experience its inherent beauty

in your daily life.  A piece to observe - study - use - and become a treasure in your home.

Big leaf maple burl, English elm, cherry, and maple are a few of the exceptional woods I use

to create functional art for your home or workplace. 

Let me work with you to create a piece that suits your environment. 

 
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TABLES

My tables come in many sizes, with many functions. They like to make their own statements - using color, shape, texture, surface variations. My examination of the raw wood often brings suggestions of what might be.  Sometimes simplicity.  Sometimes dramatic.  Always unique - and intriguing. These tables say “Look at me - and take the time to get to know me better."

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OTHER WORK

While table surfaces are a great way to experience the texture of wood, there are many other ways to enjoy a wood's special character. Here are some other ways I like to use wood.

Check out new additions to my collections, by selecting "New Pieces" in the Main Menu (at the top)

When viewing detail photos in the galleries, click on the photo to see the object's ID ("Item#") and its materials.  Use Item# to refer to a particular piece.

 

Jay M. Siegelaub, Woodworker

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