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18" h x 15" s x 15" d
Book Stand
65" h x 18" w x 18" d
coffee table
bubinga, ash
50" l x 38" w x 16" h
Blanket Chest
walnut, ebony, leather
40" w x 20" h x 18" d
Wall Cabinet
walnut, gold leaf
40" h x 20"w x 12" d
65" w x 18" h x 20" d
Tray Series (red)
curly birch, maple, dye
14" l x 8" d x 2" h
Tray Series (blue)
laminated plywood, maple, dyes, epoxy resins
8"w x 8"l x 4"h
Salami Tray
painted poplar
10" l x 4" w x 6" h
Mickey MacIntosh
zolotone on poplar
66" h x 33" w x 18" d

This work dates from 1980 - the different stages may be best summed up in terms of location.

Undergraduate School at San Diego State University from 1970-1975
Boston University from 1976-1978
Graduate School at Rochester Institute of Technology from 1978-1980.

1980 - 1985 I lived in Smithville Tennessee, where I worked and taught at the Appalachian Center for Crafts. This was an amazing time and I was able to meet and work (and party) with some incredible artists/craftsmen.

In 1985 I accepted a position at California College of Art(s and Crafts) in Oakland: I shared a studio with Gail Fredell on Magnolia Street from 1985-1989. Our shenanigans both in the studio and as teaching partners at CCA(C) were known far and wide - (this is where Gail earned her new trademark, "Flying Hammer Studios"). The pay at CCA(c) was pretty crappy and knowing I was worth more than the measley $16K that then-President Hoffman offered, I accepted a better teaching position at San Diego State University in 1989. That in itself was a story itself but better saved for another time. I was reluctant to leave the Bay Area but I've carved out a pretty creative and good life for myself down here in San Diego over all these years!