A bookshelf and podium I built for the multi-faith club at Quest University Canada.
In progress photo of a mass heater conversion. I buried a wood stove in cob so that the heat from a fire will release slowly over many hours, even after the fire burns out.
During the four years I spent care taking the wood shop at Quest, I loved making even the simple things look good and function well.
A cutting board I made while experimenting with colored epoxy resins. The inlayed driftwood piece is set in black resin, highlighting and filling the cracks. Next time I have an idea to stop the color bleeding!
Two of four movable gallery display walls I made with a friend.
A cedar cabinet I made, with cherry branch handles.
Several of the book stands at Quest University Library. I led a workshop in partnership with the library and the re-use-it center teaching introductory woodworking, and these are what we made.