Marquetry by Kevin Dunlop

| August 13, 2010

These marquetry masterpieses are done by Kevin Dunlop from Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. Kevin Dunlop started his apprenticeship in marquetry and furniture making in 1980. He studied at: Conestoga College – (The Ontario Woodworking Centre) Manufacturing Technician of Wood Products Sir Sanford Fleming College – (The Haliburton School of the Arts)  Various coarses in drawing and […]

Marquetry portraits by Rob Milam

| July 24, 2010

These portraits from wood veneers are made by Rob Milam from Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Rob’s wooden paintings are very detailed. He uses up to 16 different kinds of wood and up to 700 pieces, many of which are the size of a pin-head. And most importantly, all those little pieces are hand-cut […]

Marquetry and pyrography art from Germany

| June 28, 2010

These marquetry and pyrography art pieces are made by Eberhard Scheihing from Lichtenwald-Hegenlohe, Germany. From childhood Eberhard Scheihing has enjoyed to spend his free time with woodworking and his career aspiration was to learn any art or craft work which would be wood-related. But he become a teacher of physics and mathematics. Currently Eberhard Scheihing […]

Marquetry, “paintings in wood” from Germany

| May 30, 2010

These marquetry masterpieces are made by Michael Gaide from Osnabrück, Germany. Michael Gaide was born 06.03.1953 in Krefeld-Uerdingen, Germany. Since 1997 he is a self-taught freelance artisan. His virtuoso handling of plywood have been admired by visitors on many exhibitions and fairs all over the world. His works show a very different theme worlds, which […]

Marquetry artwork from Iran

| April 11, 2010

These marquetry pictures and furniture are made by Ali Reza Doustani from Abadan island, Iran. Ali Reza Doustani uses the authentic marquetry technique , where only the naturally colored wood are used , no artificial coloring or staining. All the lines are cut and created using a special hand tools. These precisely cut pieces are […]