A local business client who wanted an elevated base for a carved granite
washbowl commissioned this steel table. The table fits snugly in a corner
space and is supported in the back by brackets attached to the wall and in
front by three legs, which are angled to match the slope of the side wall.
The entire assembly was coated with a durable polished finish.
Working with the client, I fashioned this design. Then I fabricated it in the shop, applied the finish and installed it at the site.
The result is a table that holds the granite basin with strength and beauty.
I enjoy collaborating with people to create works that not only challenge my ability,
but also match the complex ideas they have envisioned.
Recently I dismantled my wife's broken baby grand piano, which was beyond repair and transformed some of the components into a one of a kind computer platform.
Metal and wire wall art
Wire rings wall art
Bose speaker stands
Quincy face wire sculpture
Please contact me to discuss how I can help with your project.