|Project by Bob||posted 05-09-2008 10:04 PM||1406 views||0 times favorited||8 comments|
I built this picture frame for an oil painting my father-in-law painted for us. Since it’s of a scene in Pasadena, I thought I would give it a Greene and Greene kind of feel. It’s made from quartersawn white oak and has rounded through tenons with pyramid pegs. I used a gel stain to darken the wood and make the ray flake pop out, then finished with polyurethane.
-- Bob, Oak Park Il, OakParkWoodworker.com