Chairs and Carving Stone, Oh My!

It’s been another busy year for us here in the land of Shangrila. A year of chairs and Sculptures. We tried a new experiment with our summer shows, of bringing only the carved sculptures. And it paid off. We finished our summer shows wiped out of inventory. And on top of that, we got quite a few chair orders off the internet. So all my hard work on the website and getting us out there in the world wide web, paid off.

A Rocken Mom
One exciting thing was a last minute rocking chair order for an expectant mother. A surprise from the husband and a few custom ideas turned out a beautiful rocker. It was made from highly figured black walnut with Koa accents.
hester wife close up
Here mom to be is trying out the rocker for the first time. It’s arrival was just in time for her to go into labor. So we couldn’t have timed that any closer. We’re glad that baby and mom can enjoy the rocker.

Eight is Enough
This next photo is the set of 8 Black Walnut Horn Back chairs that we just finished up in time to used for Christmas dinner.
Green 8 chairs

Big Collector
We finished up an order for a big collector that included 6 chairs. The black walnut with purple heart horn back chairs finished up this table set.
Adam table set

His collection includes the below pieces.
Adam hemisphere table
This walnut Hemisphere table has purple heart bread board ends.
Adam settee
Walnut Settee
Adam hinge table
Walnut rocker and a mesquite wooden hinge pedestal table
Adam coat rack
Mahogany carved coat rack
Adam sculpture
Juniper Carved Sculpture

Carving Stone
We have been enjoying carving in the Alabaster Stone and Scott has gotten quite creative. We recently picked up some different colors in the stone, like Transparent Orange and Peach. We should have a nice variety of Alabaster pieces this next year at Celebration of Fine Art, like this tunnel piece, “Three Ways Through”.
Three Ways Thru

Even though we are scrambling to get new pieces done for Celebration, because we had such a busy year, we count ourselves very blessed. It’s been a very busy year both with the business and at the homefront with all the projects we’ve had going on at home. We’re looking forward to next year and what surprises it holds.

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