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Items on this page are recent extra special creations and commissioned items.
Your custom piece could appear here too!   Contact me, and let's make it happen.  
This train and these cows were cut from wood, then hand painted for an awesome display.  The custom order for Chick-fil-A in San Tan Arizona was for their drive through holiday spirit.  Most pieces are FIVE FOOT TALL, and approx about FIVE FOOT WIDE.  That's about a 35 foot long train, and then 3 cows to add to the festivities!
This spectacular intarsia style eagle was custom ordered by Kim K. for a special person's Christmas gift.    This eagle features natural woods with zero staining:  Walnut, cherry, aspen, kok, red Grandis, satinwood, western red cedar, and ebony.  It sure is majestic!    12/2018
These roses were created at the special request of Nancy R.  Custom made with the unique mix of Western Red Cedar, African Padauk, and special accenting using Purpleheart wood.  The two smaller ones also utilize birch.   All natural and quite a compliment to how uniquely colored every rose is in nature.  Jan 2019
"Baby" was an adorable rescue dog who found a great home with Joe and Cathy. The pictures at the left were provided, with the one at the top being the pose used for this piece.   3/19
This majestic lion measures almost a foot and a half high and wide.  All natural woods from around the globe were used.  This was a custom order for Nancy R.  2/2019
Name puzzles for two great kiddos.  Thank you Brandon for all your kindnesses!  11/18
These festive penguins are each a couple of feet tall, and are made from wood and handpainted with exterior house paint.  Fun yard art for anyone, but these cute little guys went to sunny Florida!   10/18
A local train park needed to refurbish their park benches that had rotting wood.  We repainted the metal frame and used Trex they had leftover from making picnic tables for the seat and back.  I cut trains in the backs for a cool decorative touch.  Thank you Arizona Model Railroading Society ( AMRS) for letting me participate in rejuvination!  9/18