Tiger Maple Side Cabinet
The harmonious design and expert craftsmanship of this handcrafted cabinet highlight the natural beauty of its highly figured tiger maple wood. Dark wenge accents emphasize the clean lines of the Shaker-inspired design. Mortise and tenon joinery and pegged construction ensure that the piece is as well-built as it is beautiful. Two adjustable shelves inside. Lacquer finish.
Dimensions: 34″H, 32″W, 13″D
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Thomas William Furniture is headed east for the Central PA Art Festival in State College, PA and for the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, The Original in Ann Arbor, MI.
The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is an art lover’s dream of 300 artists. Whether shopping for a unique gift, or something for yourself, the Sidewalk Sale and Exhibition is the place to be. The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts was founded in 1966 by The Pennsylvania State University’s College of Arts and Architecture and the State College Chamber of Commerce as a way to celebrate the arts and stimulate the local economy. Today the event draws over 125,000 people to State College each summer. The Festival take's place during the Penn State Alumni Association's "Arts Festival Alumni Weekend" a family-friendly program that brings Penn Staters back to "Happy Valley" to enjoy the sights and sounds of the "Arts Fest"--a quintessential part of the Penn State expereince. Click here for more information.
The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair (AASAF) is the original of a collective of four concurrent and contiguous fairs that transform central Ann Arbor into a massive outdoor art gallery each July. Established in 1960 as part of Ann Arbor’s Summer Sidewalk Sales, the Street Art Fair quickly became a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization with a mission of increasing public knowledge and appreciation for contemporary fine arts and fine crafts. Over the ensuing 58 years, and additional art fairs, the Original Fair has continued to focus on the art, the artists and the art buyers. Known for its consistently high quality, all original work, the Street Art Fair resides on the streets surrounding the historic Burton Carillon Tower and the tree-lined central campus of the University of Michigan and does not host sidewalk sales or vendor booths. The Street Art Fair was voted one of the “Top Ten Best Art Festivals” in the country in an USA TODAY Reader’s Poll and is continually in the Art Fair Calendar “Top Ten Best Art Fairs” & Art Fair Source Books “Elite 25”. In addition, it is ranked 4th in the nation in Sunshine Artist’s “Top 100 Fine Art Shows” in 2016. Click here for more information.
Meet Artist - Aaron Hequembourg
Meet Aaron Hequembourg, formally trained in engraving and printmaking on a scholarship to the University of Iowa. Upon graduating,without a press, Aaron started to produce abstracted figurative paintings engraved into wood panels. In 1997 Aaron and his wife Hope were married in the front yard of a farm that has been in her family since 1815. They proceeded to move into the farmhouse and have four children, over the course of their lives there, a family member suggested burning down the sharecropper houses that were scattered over the farm. First seeing the value of the wood Aaron began to salvage materials for his contemporary work, however after experiencing the history of the buildings and the objects inside them he was inspired to research period photography for subject matter. The result is the most successful body of work he has ever produced
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