World of Woodworkers, WOW
Honored with the Cover Photo for Tabi’s Chair on WOW. When a grandchild turns age two I make a chair based on their interest. Here is the chair for Tabatha. Looking forward to seeing Tabi develop her artistic expression.
Special Grandchild Chair
I think Tabitha is developing an interest in arts and crafts. The chair features many components made on the lathe. This is the fifth chair for a grandchild. Each chair is different and fun to make. The kids looks forward to their second birthday to see what grandpa will deliver. I do think that these chairs will become family heirlooms. I can see the joy they get from their chairs.
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The seat is made of pencils and the back is a series of giant paint brushes. The arms feature paint tubes dripping paint while the side rails are artist pallets. And the arm supports are a giant colored pencil and a Number 2 drawing pencil.
Let’s see if Tabi continues her interest in art as does her Mother and Grandfather. I do know that she that she loves this Adirondack Style Chair. Looking forward to watching Tabi develop her artistic expression.
Here is the link to a chair I made for my Granddaughter Charlotte interested in music.
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I design all of my items in my studio in Montvale, NJ USA. The wood lathe is my primary tool for creating the form. Secondary operations that will add character to each piece is then completed at the workbench.