Dimensions: 102″ wide, 26″ high (without base), 24″ deep
Materials: American Black Walnut doors and sides, White Oak interior. Plexiglass base
Date: Completed in 2010 for show.
Description: This cabinet is another variation of the Geolithic style originally debuted by me in Directional Furniture in New York City in 1972. I revived this style of carving in the 90’s because of its infinite potential for cabinet fronts. The term “Geolithic Carving” was inspired by the action of water on rock over billions of years. The term “Crosswinds” refers to the carving motif which is different on each cabinet. The cabinet is outfitted internally with four adjustable shelves.