|Project by Mark A. DeCou||posted 08-05-2009 09:56 PM||10950 views||12 times favorited||26 comments|
This was a commissioned project, and has been sold.
This first photo, I had in my mind that Andrew Wyeth painting of the girl laying in the grass of the hill. Remember that iconic painting?
That’s sort of what I was trying for with the first photo.
Did I caputure it?
If you’d like a similar rocker, I have the parts roughed out for another rocker that has not been sold yet. If you are interested, please email for more information.
Burled Walnut Veneer Inlayed on Back slats
Finish: Danish Oil and Satin Lacquer
I didn’t get this project finished in time for the Outdoor Bench Competition last month, but thought the outdoor photos would be interesting anyway. Tried to get some underexposed shadowy shots to allow the sculptural negative spaces to be more prominent.
Here is the other chair I built for it's mate
more to come later, please check back
thanks for looking,
“Bringing American Contemporary Crafts to the Kansas Tall Grass Prairie”
-- Mark DeCou - American Contemporary Craft Artisan - www.decoustudio.com