|Project by Terry Ferguson||posted 02-19-2013 02:46 AM||4006 views||11 times favorited||20 comments|
I made a few small wood boxes as an experiment and then decided to make a bunch of them, all varying in size and wood species and all from scrap and recycled wood. The original intent was to put them together as a wall hanging.
Then a few were made without bottoms, so I needed some kind of background to hold them together and have the background wood show through. The number of boxes increased until I had over sixty. Next I built the back panel at 17 1/2” wide by 35” high using salvaged wood flooring samples and started attaching the boxes. During that process, I made many different layouts as to where each box would go. The end result is a wall hung piece of fifty- five boxes made from twenty-five different species. The panel reached a depth of 7 1/2”.
Natural Danish Oil, stain, water borne polyurethane.
If you really want to know the list of wood species, here it is: walnut, maple, cherry, pine, timborana, bamboo, jatoba, rift white oak, doussie, acacia, lauriex rose engineered veneer, lyptus, white oak, khaya, alder, pavina, andiroba, red meranti, juniper, red birch, ebony sapwood, ash, hickory, and poplar.
-- Terry Ferguson, Bend Oregon