Energy Revealed uses rough cut lumber, accenting the exposed grain with a variety of pigments to show the energy within the wood. It’s a process they have developed and are expanding into making tables.
HenBit Art uses fluid acrylic paints and food-safe resin to create functional art for the home. Unique designs are formed in the cells and ribbons of acrylic because of the interaction between the varying viscosities. Each piece is
then finished in a food-safe resin to a clear, glossy hard finish. When not being used practically, HenBit Art products can be displayed as art. They also make great gifts.
Hudson River Inlay create amazing wood, hand inlay furniture. After creating the designs they are rweaked into a fine line drawing. The wood combinations are carefully chosen using hardwood veneers, stones, minerals and shells. All the pieces are adhered to and MDF with cement/glue. The art piece is then sanded and pressed and finished with a satin coat and an acrylic urethane. Cherry wood (and sometimes maple) is used for the frames and the tables. More…