Architechtural: Doors

"Tennessee Doors"

"Tennessee door"...Carved for a home near Knoxville, TN from Honduran mahogany, illustrated with the Tennessee state tree and flower and other local vegetation with a horizon line of the "Smokies".

A key in the keyhole and a push opens the doors... a pull on the raised vine closes it, handles on the inside.

Item #... 1
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"Ponderosa Doors With Side Lights"

"Ponderosa"...Carved for a home near Estes Park, CO to memorialize a tree the owner thought she would lose in the construction of the house.

Twenty years later, the tree still lives! Carved from Honduran mahogany, multiple layer carved glass sidelights, airbrushed with color.

Item #... 2
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"Branson Church Doors"

"Branson Church Doors"...Commissioned for the Baptist church in Branson, MO, this door is carved from Poplar to illustrate the Scripture verse from Matthew 11:28 "Come unto me all you who labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."
Item #... 3
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"Oak Tree Door"

"Oak tree Door"...Carved from white oak with "waterglass' insets. This door is retained by the Artist.
Item #... 4
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"Unicorn and Moon Door"

"Unicorn and Moon Door"...Commissioned for a home in Waco, TX, this door is carved from Honduran mahogany, with "Baroque" and "Milk glass" insets.
Item #... 5
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"Nouveau Woman Door"

"Nouveau Woman Door"...This door is carved from sassafrass and framed in oak. Illustrated in the style of Alphonse Mucha and tinted with artist's oils with "Baroque" glass insets.
Item #... 6
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"Restaurant Doors"


"Restaurant Doors"...Commissioned for an upscale log restaurant in one of those "M" states, carved from basswood, framed in oak.

Item #... 7
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