Door County, WI
2005 Raphael Prize Winner
Jim’s skillful interpretation of the Shaker design is a result of tireless research and study of the shaker culture and history. He has achieved unquestionable mastery in recreating the minimalism of the Shaker technique. His selection of steel results in a patina directly related to that of aged wood. No matter the complexity, the fabrication of each piece is unsurpassed. The fabrication of every piece is astute and perfect.
Jim was featured in Feb/Mar 2012 issue of American Craft Magazine. View the article here.
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One Door Housetop Quilt Cupboard 30(W) X 17(D) X 36(H) Hot roll & found painted steel
Two Drawer Starburst Table 42(W) X 15.5(D) X 34(H) Hot roll & found painted steel
Six-Drawer Quilt Strip Counter 68(W) X 16(D) X 36(H) Hot roll & found painted steel
Previously Sold Work
6 Drawer House Top Table w/ Shelf 68(w) x 16(d) x 34(h) Hot rolled & found painted steel SOLD!
34(W) X 17.5(D) X 36.5(H) 2 Door Housetop Quilt Table Found steel w/ natural rust patina & paint SOLD!
1 Door Quilt Cupboard Found steel w/ natural rust patina & paint SOLD!
Strips in Squares Quilt Cupboard 38”H x 27”W x 19.5”D Hot rolled and found painted steel SOLD!
Reverse Snowball Quilt Cupboard 39.5”H x 23”W x 19”D Rust and found colored steel SOLD!
One Drawer Entry Table 42”H x 24”W x 12”D Found steel, rust surface SOLD!
Eight Drawer Table Hot rolled and found painted steel SOLD!
This Way, That Way, Snowball Quilt Cupboard 34 1/2 x 30 x 17 Found steel with natural rust patina and paint SOLD!
Two Door Strips in Squares Quilt Cupboard 37”H x 44W x 22D Hot rolled and found painted steel SOLD!
Strip Quilt Cupboard 40 x 32 x 18 Found steel with natural rust patina and paint SOLD!