Recently, we took time to visit Kerrville, Texas Arts & Cultural Center to see the 2014 Texas Furniture Makers Exhibit! And we can say "what a show!"
This show runs through the end of November. The true star of the show is Mesquite wood! Gorman Ranch Desk is an outstanding piece of work
It is hard to get good photos as the wood bounces the ceiling lights. This piece is by Wayne Deylea
Fantastic slab of mesquite burl by Jeff Jeter
Six in Ten Chiffonier
James Odom, artist
Joel Hoby fashioned this Heart of Texas table
with a touch of turquoise
The cradle is lovely! Black walnut
Artist, Freddie Black
Executive Desk fashioned from figured African utile and American Black Walnut
Leo Little, woodworker artist
Mesquite Burl Top Trunk
Randolph Secrest built a lovely cedar lined chest
This table was fascinating! Jim Wallace created aMAZEing table
a dinner conversation piece for sure!
Jeff Jeter created a fabulous table from Waterlogged Mesquite
Mahogany Walnut Chest by Brian Welch
Tasting Table by Mark Waddell
I love the grain in the Mesquite wood!
This was made for the Governor from end grain pecan wood. Makers are Brandon Berdoll and Kate Acker
Quilted African ulite wood by Leo Little
Mesquite console Table by Randolph Secrest
As always a show of excellent quality! And the definite star of the show was Mesquite!