|Project by Mathew Nedeljko||posted 10-27-2014 12:19 AM||2236 views||4 times favorited||12 comments|
This is my third Lazy Susan using the Mosaic in Wood technique inspired by Robin Tucker (Woodmosaic). This one is 292 individual hand cut pieces of Hickory, Mohogany, and Satinwood arranged in the classic Louis Cubes three dimensional pattern. The finish is oil based poly, sanded between coats and up to 4000 grit for the top coat.The veneers are shop cut and about 1/8” thick.
Approximately 12” in diameter and 1.5” high, it spins effortlessly on triangle ball bearings. I made this short video to show how the chattoyance of the wood reflects sunlight differently as it spins. I rather like it.
This piece will be for sale shortly in the Brookfield Craft Center Gallery shop for their upcoming annual sale. Check out their wonderful facility here.
Thanks for looking, and feedback is always appreciated.
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