A very rare piece of curly coastal redwood. Four feet wide, six feet tall and thirty inches deep
This is the tree that changed my life and almost all of my creations come from. A 600 year old coastal redwood that took many a lightening strikes causing this tree to grow in different directions instead of growing straight to the sky.
6100 Moonstone Beach Drive in Cambria, California. On the corner of Weymouth and Moonstone beach Drive. Just look for the parking lot full of redwood bones.
Sculpture looking for a space to shine. A glass and steel modern setting would be the perfect setting for this beauty.
After removing the charcoal to get to the heart of the remaining wood fiber inside the burnt wood we find pure beauty that is unique and one of a kind.
1/2" in thickness x 78" tall x 41" wide wall hanging that took six hundred years to create. Cut from a branch of the Medusa redwood tree.
Slabs (redwood) all sizes and shapes. I don't sell raw wood but I do create and sell custom build creations to fill your needs and desires.
After removing all charcoal and many hours of hand work.........from a thousand year old coastal redwood tree stump. Cut down in 1906 by lumber companies and left to rot. This redwood has been altered by time and fire. This is the final product. 80 inches wide by 54 inches tall and 48 inches deep.
This is a two ton chunk of twisted redwood from the Medusa redwood. Guess what you would look like after six hundred years and many lightening strikes?
Coastal redwood bench
Another one of a kind creation by the artist (Planet Earth) and the Medusa redwood.
Created using a small portion of a hollow curly (Big Sur) redwood stump. The legs are recycled Black walnut from a ranch (Taylor) near Cambria, Ca.
December 1st is the start of my tenth year in business here in Cambria, Ca. I must be doing something right!
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