This is my latest piece carved out of a single piece of Cherry, and accented with brushed brass cuffs. It stands about 6 feet tall and 20″ in diameter. Out of all of the woods I ...
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My Makita Arsenal
Apr 04, 2013
People often ask me what types of tools I use to create my artwork. Here is the collection of fabulous Makita tools that I use. Featured in the photo are: Makita® 5012B, Chain Saw – Electric ...
Progress on The Hook
Feb 21, 2013
Millions of wood chips, dozens of buckets of sawdust, and about 5 full days of work later, here is rough form. Now I’m working on fine tuning the shape and lines. Almost time to get ...
Feb 19, 2013
Here is a sneak peek at the latest piece of Cherry I have been carving. ...
Michael found his passion for creating subtractive wood sculptures in 1995. His works range in size from small table top pieces, to his signature, abstract 8′ tall large format organic open forms. He has several large exhibits planned for 2013 (to be announced soon).
Since 2002, Michael has also been Owner and Creative Director of Square Squared a web development, advertising and marketing agency in Fairfield County, CT. He is also Chairman of the Solomon Scholarship Fund, a not-for-profit organization established in 1967, for the advancement of Engineering students.