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 furniture by Gregg Novosad

| July 29, 2010

These amazingly detailed furniture pieces are made by Gregg Novosad from Palatine, Illinois, US. Gregg Novosad are a self-taught master, who received his basic knowledge of woodworking as a child, watching his dad build cabinets in his garage with the simplest of tools. He did his first marquetry in 2005. Before that, he had tried […]

Period furniture from Tennessee

| June 6, 2010

These museum quality custom furniture pieces are made by Alfred Sharp from Woodbury, Tennessee, USA. Alfred Sharp is The recipient of the 2008 Cartouche Award from the Society of American Period Furnituremakers  (SAPFM) . He have done both furniture and architectural work for The Hermitage, Andrew Jackson’s home, for the Tennessee State Capitol building, and […]

Sculpted furniture from USA

| May 16, 2010

These sculpted tables are made by Tom Deady from Sun City, Arizona, USA. Tom Deady has been an artist all his life, He began as a painter. He became a full time woodworker in the mid-1970s and He built himself a studio in 1983. Tom Deady is co-owner of NW Fine Woodworking cooperative. He retired […]

Pyrography from Canada

| April 22, 2010

These complex pyrography artworks are made by Randall A. Walsh from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Laminated tables, decorated by Randall, are made from Canadian softwoods, Douglas Fir or White Pine. Much more of his hand crafted tables can be seen on his web page: Custom Fir – Nature Tables & Artistic Pyrography