Cabinet Fabrication Group

If you like the work that I am showing you here, there is much more to see and discuss. I welcome your questions and thoughts. There are few things more unique and timeless than a piece of artist designed and built heirloom furniture.

My signature furniture shares space in both mind and showroom with my cabinetmaking business called CabFab. The lines between the two enterprises often blur with the result being some really unique and one of a kind kitchens and casework projects and some supremely functional art furniture. "Art that Works" describes this work perfectly.

This is really a long way of saying that you can find me most days at my facility in Syracuse. You can check the whole picture out on the web at the site below or if you are in the area, please swing by. Call or email ahead to make sure I am "in the house".

Best of all...shoot me an email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and I will get back to you pronto.

    Yin Yang Table

  • There are advantages to being an Art Furnituremaker with a fully modern cabinet shop at my disposal. This Cherry table started life on my CNC router…

    O’keeffe Table

  • As I was matching the boards for the top of this table, I was taken by the similarity of these grain forms and the flowers painted by Georgia O’keeffe…

    Hydrangea Shoji

  • Shoji is a traditional Japanese architectural element originally featuring thin bamboo framework with rice paper inserts. These screens are still used as room dividers in traditional Japanese buildings...

    Cross Lake Island

  • There is no shortage of challenge in building a fully functional 6’ diameter round kitchen island. This special piece is made from Peruvian and Black Walnut...

    Arc Cabinet

  • Graceful arcs juxtaposed against natural figure define this wall cabinet. The frames are made from carefully selected and matched Black Walnut...

    Retro Sink Suite

  • I have always been fascinated with the idea of incorporating salvage elements into my new work. This practical and beautiful…

    Back-40 Stools

  • Long before enclosed cabs and padded platforms, farmers tilled their lands perched upon cast iron tractor seats. These seats evolved into some of the first ‘ergonomic’ ...

    Ithemba Shoji

  • Shoji is a traditional Japanese architectural element featuring bamboo framework with paper inserts. These screens are still used as room dividers today. This modern version of the Shoji...

    Elliot’s Table

  • This table was a recent commission for a Hanukkah gift from an admiring sweetheart to her man. She had seen one of my pieces in the showroom and based on that start…

    Atlas Table

  • This project was unknowingly born on a recent trip across the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. I bartered with a Berber tribesman for the fossil...

    Octopus Table

  • Book matching and Grain selection are important elements of my designs and as a result, I supervise much of my own log selection and sawing…