artist: relief art • sculpture • furniture
This accent table was inspired from Pacific City, Oregon’s beautiful coast. On the beech, I found five rocks that were wedged in between two larger rocks. The rocks remain stuck, but so close to the vast open ocean that they can not see. Reference photo is below.
38”h x 40”w x 13”d
Maple and Cherry wood stones
Osmo Top Oil satin, milk paint, spray paint, acrylic paint, ebonized Cherry
This table is made using bridle joints and leaves the natural end grain exposed. The stones are loose and may be moved around to create a stack of stones or left stuck in the crevice, between. The blue crevice flows out through the space below the back apron.
Do not use any type of liquid cleaner.
Dust with dry cloth/duster only.