Tom D. Sims

Tom Sims
Tom Sims
Tom Sims

I create fine woodworking from the Arts and Crafts movement, with a slant toward Asian influence.  Being creative in my woodworking designs and a day in the workshop is a relief from the exasperating world.  It always puts me in my “happy space.”  For me, expressing my craft in smooth flowing designs with the natural beauty and character of the wood is a key choice in my work.  My projects are made to be touched and will bring warmth into your home. Continue reading “Tom D. Sims”

Kevin Felderhoff

Kevin Felderhoff
Kevin Felderhoff
Kevin Felderhoff

I take notice of the artistry in the imperfections of salvaged wood and seek to enhance the beauty inside each piece.  The most interesting pieces are turned end grain and the most dramatic pieces come from logs or branches that have very irregular shapes, far away from round.  Some of my favorite turnings are the flying winged vase and a cowboy hat.  The flying winged vase is turned down the end grain from a crotch so when turning the piece, it appears to have wings.  The wooden cowboy hat starts off as a 200-pound log transformed into a 23-ounce wearable cowboy hat.  Besides turning, I also enjoy designing furniture and unique home décor. Continue reading “Kevin Felderhoff”