Woodwork


"Custom Inlaid
Wood Turned Pens"

Paul Jacobucci A Colorado native and a young 80 year old, Paul create his wood writing pens in Brighton, Colorado, along with his wife of 60 years. He considers his unique, handturned pens “Art that writes”. 

"Tree Leaf Series"


Tracy Lytle   A graduate of the Seattle Art Institute with a degree in graphic design, and a native Coloradan, Tracy has been sketching, painting, and now carving her entire life. She always seems to find a niche. Far be it to simply sit down in front of an easel with paint brush and palette. So it was only natural that she should find herself with a gouge in one hand and a canvas of wood in the other. Tracy grew up in Arvada, Colorado and raised her family in the Boulder area. She now lives with her husband Fred in Estes Park, and loving mountain living. She enjoys hiking in the surrounding areas of Estes and greatly appreciates the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The area never ceases to inspire new creative directions for Tracy and is so evident in her wood carved pieces.

"Maple, Cherry, Ebony, Table Clock"

Ross Maxwell Ross’s woodworking career began when he moved to Estes Park into a new home, ready for millwork and Ross – the trim guy. He worked himself into a job with the local contractor who built their home. Trim work led to custom doors, kitchen cabinets, custom built-ins and, finally, furniture. His mission-style pieces from furniture to clocks to mirrors have a timeless appeal.

"Limited Edition Cherry Wood & Copper Clock"


Desmond Suarez was born into a home resplendent in the design and the craft of furniture making. His mother, Juanita, designed homes and furniture, and he grew up working beside his father, Tem, in his furniture and cabinet shop. He gained an eye for design and woodworking skills needed for success in the furniture business. His formal education led him to North Carolina, England and Tennessee, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in art, history, religion and education. Since 2001 all of my furniture, clocks and serving-boards are handcrafted one piece at a time in his studio/workshop in Canton, North Carolina. I feel that every piece of art should be “Simply the Best”, with each piece showing the natural God given beauty of the wood grain, and the finest in design, construction and finish. It should be designed and crafted to never be obsolete or discarded, but enjoyed by future generations. He uses only the finest select Certified Sustainable Appalachian hardwoods, the time proven joinery, and silky smooth hand rubbed oil finish.

"Wood and Metal Sculpture Stand"

Leo Weber Leo has been working with wood for more than 35 years. He was privileged to study with many of the masters in the field and much of his work has been inspired by George Nakashima and the Greene & Greene Brothers. Leo and Debby Hughes (bead artist) started Mountain Woodworks, Inc. in 1979 and have been building custom furniture on commission ever since. Now retired, he creates from his “idea book” in his studio near Rocky Mountain National Park with a view of Longs Peak for inspiration.

 



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