Stained Wood Mosaics
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I make my wood mosaics by cutting a panel of thick wood into pieces, then cutting the pieces again to different depths.  Each piece is edge sanded, colored with water-based stains, and glued to a baltic birch plywood panel. 

The mosaics are not currently for sale.

hawk

19" x 17"

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bighorn

16 "x 14"

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wolf watches

11" x 22"

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mountain lion

13" x 14"

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raccoon washes the stars
24" x 15"

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raven cracks the moon

24" x 15"

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lion
18" x 15"

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Herbie
10" x 14"

wild horses
20" x 14"

eye of whale
23" x 17"
The first panel in a six panel blue whale

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Psychedelly Elly
  22"x 16"

seahorse
11" x 15"

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sea otter lunch break
24" x 16"

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a parliament of owls
17" x 27"
red gum wood from the rim of an old pool table

Wood Strip Sculptures
These are made from recycled wooden window blinds and leftover strips of wood from other projects.  Individual strips are shaped and stained, then glued together to form the image. Each is approximately 12" high.

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