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"Sentries 1" wonderful creative lighting by artist Josh McVety  ...see more lighting and other great work ...   http://www.mcvetydesign.com/

"Sentries 1" wonderful creative lighting by artist Josh McVety ...see more lighting and other great work ... http://www.mcvetydesign.com/

"Tool for Revealing Lost Information" a wall piece by Lawrence LaBianca. see other views - you will be glad you did..  http://lawrencelabianca.com/#/work/galleryd/0

"Tool for Revealing Lost Information" a wall piece by Lawrence LaBianca. see other views - you will be glad you did.. http://lawrencelabianca.com/#/work/galleryd/0

Seaforms by Jacques Vesery: "Une Triade de Mon Moi Intérieur" (a triad of my inner self); 2008, 6" x 6" x 3'' with stand 13" H, cherry, acrylics, dyed silver leaf, with african blackwood and patinated bronze stand.

"Une Triade de Mon Moi Intérieur" a triad of my inner self Jacques Vesery 2008 x x with stand H cherry, acrylics, dyed silver leaf, with african blackwood and patinated bronze stand

Wood, Brent Skidmore, Artist, "Mr. Olive's Martini Bar", 2001, Mahogany, Birch, Glass, Brass, 34"x54"x15" courtesy of http://dailyartmuse.com/

Wood, Brent Skidmore, Artist, "Mr. Olive's Martini Bar", 2001, Mahogany, Birch, Glass, Brass, 34"x54"x15" courtesy of http://dailyartmuse.com/

Wood, Paul Sirofchuck, Artist (2012 NICHE Award), Iris Table

Wood, Paul Sirofchuck, Artist (2012 NICHE Award), Iris Table

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'Moose' by Spanish artist & graphic designer Oriol Cabrero Mixed media sculpture. via Saatchi

Wood, Yves Boucard, Artist, Ra (Egyption Sun God), 2006, carved and painted plywood telephone chair, 38 x 52 x 25 in.

Yves Boucard, Ra (Egyption Sun God), carved and painted plywood telephone chair, 38 x 52 x 25 in.

Wood, Grant Vaughan, Artist, Split Form #3, Australian Red Cedar,   ht 34 x 64 x 14cm, 13.5" x 25" x 5.5"

Wood, Grant Vaughan, Artist, Split Form Australian Red Cedar, ht 34 x 64 x x x

Wood, Art at the Fresno, CA, Japanese American internment camp. An artist identified as Mr. Tokieko crafted this table of scrap wood and palm branches as a thank you to friends in his old neighborhood who took in his ailing daughter and nursed her back to health. Article: Beauty in a Bleak World Interview by: Julie Hanus, Photo by: Terry Heffernan, American Craft Magazine, December 2010/January 2011

In World War II internment camps, Japanese-Americans connected with craft as a matter of physical and emotional necessity. Hanus interviews Delphine Hirasuna about this little-known body of work.

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View Oriol Cabrero’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Oriol Cabrero.

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