White ash and walnut
Quartersawn white oak and black walnut
Black walnut, ebony, brass
Shown in customer's home
Inset for artwork by customer
Walnut, elm, brass
Live edge soft maple slabs
Blue pine (beetle killed). The top is removable.
Maple and walnut with turquoise inlay
Laminated redwood. Approximately 5 meters long.
Quartersawn white oak. Replica of a 1920s British piece.
Mahogany. Modeled after one discovered in Dublin.
Walnut. For a professional jewelry maker.
Walnut live edge, ash, hickory
Soft and hard maple, air dried and kiln dried.
Arrowhead inset in top.
Various pieces designed and built for American craft publications.
Sideboard being built by one of John's students.
Dining table being built by one of John's students.
Cherry. Designed and built for American Woodworker magazine.
Used by John in his woodshop.
Magazine ad featuring Scott Phillips, David Ellsworth and John
Walnut and oak tool caddy designed and built for Woodcraft magazine.
Used in John's woodshop.
Done in a traditional style in native softwoods.
Built for a residence in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
'Magic' stands in various shapes and species that hold a bottle in an eye-catching way.
John designed and built this for American Woodworker. It has a swivel fence and a hinged lid for easy access to the tool.
Mostly for magazines
The countertop is granite and ceramic tile and the crown molding is walnut.
Built for a hotel that was remodeling all of its bathrooms.
John designed and built his workbench as a project for Today's Woodworker magazine.
Lidded mahogany and maple box built to store ancient artifact.
Getting into her work...
Walnut, glass, brass
Walnut, maple, ebony
Butterfly insets are used to restrain cracks.