Paintings from wood by Manuela Cuccu

| August 31, 2011

These marquetry/intarzia art pieces are created by Manuela Cuccu from Marche region near Sardegna, Italy. Manuela Cuccu does not have an art education, she is a self-taught woodworker. Both Manuela’s parents are artists, mother is a painter and father is a well-known restorer of antique furniture in Italy. Watching father’s work she learned the technique […]

Marquetry pictures by Alan Townsend

| August 23, 2011

These wonderful pictures in style of marquetry are done by Alan Townsend from Chelmsford, United Kingdom. After leaving school Alan Townsend started work at a piano making factory and after about a year and a half he was given the opportunity to help out in the veneer shop as a trainee veneer preparer. Alan says […]

Marquetry furniture by Kory M. Zussman

| April 27, 2011

This home library furnishing is done by Kory M. Zussman from Calabasas, California, United States. Kory Zussman started woodworking as a 13 year-old kid in seventh grade. In senior high school he participated in “Vocational Wood Shop” which was two hours a day, five days a week. After senior high school he did not engaged […]

Marquetry by Zoltán Vargay

| March 31, 2011

These marquetry inlay panels are done by Zoltán Vargay from Budapest, Hungary. Zoltán Vargay writes on his blog: “Since early childhood, I have been attracted to art, mainly music and fine art. I have had a particular interest in objects made of wood, for example furniture and marquetry. I was about eighteen years old when […]

Marquetry furniture by Silas Kopf

| August 23, 2010

This furniture is made by Silas Kopf from Easthampton, Massachusetts, United States. He was born in November 6, 1949, Warren, Pennsylvania. Silas Kopf graduated from Princeton University in 1972 with a degree in architecture. He has been making furniture since 1973. In 1974 to 1976 he was apprentice to Wendell Castle. In 1988, he received […]