Frost” 2016

This table was created from the sugar maple tree said to have been the inspiration for Robert Frost's poem, "Tree at My Window." The wood was received from the Trustees of the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, N.H., upon the felling of the tree in 2007.

Sugar maple wood (ea. piece approx.150 lbs.), copper inclusions, steel base.
Under 1/2" beveled glass 6'L x 5'W x 29"H. 

 

"Djumala" 2009

Red cedar wood

Approx. 26" x 16"

"Sachem"  2004

Locust wood

Approx.  39" x 12"

"Bwana"  2005 (sold)

Locust  wood

Approx. 10' tall

"Flamenca" 2010

Elm wood

Approx. 4' x 2.5'

"Duenda" 2006

Elm wood

Approx. 40" x 18"

"Henry Moore"   2004

Cherry wood

Approx. 3' x 3' 

"Huwawa"  2010 (sold)

Cedar wood, copper leaf, glass table top

Approx. 4' x 3' x 18"

"Bertha" 2014
Silver birch wood
Approx. 7' x 1'

"Gitane"   2003

Black cherry wood

Approx. 5' x 2'

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“Chi Chi” 2011 
Locust wood (with added rust patina)
Approx. 3’ x 3' x 3' 

“Morquan” 2011 
Apple wood with added rust patina 
Approx. 3’ x 3' x 2' 

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"Babylon"  2022

Locust wood

Appox. 28" x 20"