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Tenant's Harbor Spoons
Tenant's Harbor Spoons

2017
Fallen Apple
Various Sizes, about 14" long, 1.5" wide

Carved from the wandering branches of a fallen apple tree in St. George, Maine.

Tenant's Harbor Spoons
Tenant's Harbor Spoons

2017
Fallen Apple
Various Sizes, about 14" long, 1.5" wide

Carved from the wandering branches of a fallen apple tree in St. George, Maine.

Shoulders
Shoulders

Shoulder Vessels are for found woodland sticks and dried treasures. While creating arranging the vessels, I pretend I am an architect of a miniature city. I wonder what it would be like if our city buildings mimicked the rolls of a natural landscape, or those of a human body. Would we would feel less tension in our own shoulders as we wander through? If we took the roofs off of the tall wooden structures, would we hear the wind howl through their hollow necks?

Hurricane Spoons
Hurricane Spoons

2011
Fallen Pear

Hurricane Spoons
Hurricane Spoons

2011
Fallen Pear

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Dogwood Spoons
Dogwood Spoons
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Muddlers
Muddlers
Cheeseboards
Cheeseboards
Arrow Platter
Arrow Platter
Corzetti Stamps
Corzetti Stamps
Meyer1.jpg
Tenant's Harbor Spoons
Tenant's Harbor Spoons
Shoulders
Hurricane Spoons
Hurricane Spoons
spoondetail.jpg
spoondetail2.jpg
PP.jpg
Dogwood Spoons
IMG_4310.JPG
PP3.JPG
Muddlers
Cheeseboards
Arrow Platter
Corzetti Stamps
Tenant's Harbor Spoons

2017
Fallen Apple
Various Sizes, about 14" long, 1.5" wide

Carved from the wandering branches of a fallen apple tree in St. George, Maine.

Tenant's Harbor Spoons

2017
Fallen Apple
Various Sizes, about 14" long, 1.5" wide

Carved from the wandering branches of a fallen apple tree in St. George, Maine.

Shoulders

Shoulder Vessels are for found woodland sticks and dried treasures. While creating arranging the vessels, I pretend I am an architect of a miniature city. I wonder what it would be like if our city buildings mimicked the rolls of a natural landscape, or those of a human body. Would we would feel less tension in our own shoulders as we wander through? If we took the roofs off of the tall wooden structures, would we hear the wind howl through their hollow necks?

Hurricane Spoons

2011
Fallen Pear

Hurricane Spoons

2011
Fallen Pear

Dogwood Spoons
Muddlers
Cheeseboards
Arrow Platter
Corzetti Stamps
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