|Project by KendrickAnderson||posted 01-02-2010 07:15 AM||2147 views||9 times favorited||19 comments|
I’m not very fond of the picture quality I’m getting so please go here for detailed pictures.
See joinery photos here
Solid walnut, maple cut into various lengths, pressed, and glued back together…hence the segmented look.
Joinery includes the following:
- mitred fingerjoints (carcass construction)
- tapered sliding dovetails (two dividers)
- web frame
- hand-cut dovetails
- frame and panel doors
56”L x 18”W x 22”H
Yin/Yang entry: The concept of Yin and Yang is that the two are ever-present even though one may dominate the other upon first glance. An alternate example could be the battle between Good/Evil. Although there is a lot of good in the world, evil is always lurking within. This concept is portrayed through this piece. Although the exterior is dominated by walnut(yin/good), a faint maple(yang/evil) line runs around the entire face of the cabinet. Upon opening the cabinet, one realizes the entire interior of the cabinet is maple, revealing the truth that both co-exist at the same time. Thanks for looking.