Tolkien Minnesota Map Pine Table

A second attempt at creating a MN and surrounding lands fantasy map in the spirit of J.R.R. Tolkien. Larger and more detailed and on a lodge-pole pine table this time!

Lake Superior Rock and Resin Tables and Wood-Burns

In preparation for upcoming Art Shows which I will be attending this month (in Little Falls September 9-10 and Crosslake September 30th), I have just finished two additional Lake Superior Rock and Agate Resin Coffee/End Tables, one with Black Walnut wood and the other, most likely, with Cottonwood. In this post, I have also included photos of some of my fan wood-burns from LoTR and GoT inspired Minnesota.

Wall Art and End Table Wood-Burns

My recent nerdy wood-burning projects including a Tree of Gondor end table, Yggdrassil/Branch and Root Tree, Tolkienesque Minnesota Map, Nazgul, and Gokstad Viking Ship wall decor pieces.

Black Walnut Live-Edge End Table with Hickory Legs and Butterfly Inlays

I attempted the style of a Japanese artist I saw on Pinterest for this table. The hickory legs are inset into the black walnut table top and level with the surrounding wood. The two black walnut live-edge boards used for the top are stitched together using hickory butterfly inlays placed above each hickory under support board and in the center of the table-top.

Black Walnut Tables with Cherry Butterfly Inlay and Raw Steel Legs

These tables are the result of experimenting with butterfly/bow tie router inlays and I think they turned out well. The legs are raw steel coated with furniture wax for protection. The primary boards are black walnut which my great-grandfather Ezra cut and milled around 50 years ago and the inlays are from cherry.

Black Walnut Tables with Lake Superior Agate, Rock, and Resin Inlay

I recently completed building these Black Walnut tables with legs of raw steel and  Lake Superior rock and agates inlaid between two old boards which my great-grandfather milled a long time ago. A new gallery in Waseca, Minnesota called That Old Blue door accepted them for display and they are now on display with some of my other lamps and photography. Look them up if you are in southern Minnesota!

 

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