Dimensions: 84″ wide, 24″ high (without base), 20″ base
Materials: African Mozambique, Plexiglas
Date: Completed in 1973 for show, with subsequent commissions.
Description: An early example of my Geolithic Carving style, this cabinet was exhibited at Directional Furniture in New York City. This deep, surface carving is reminiscent of the action of water on rock over billions of years, and has been expanded upon and refined since the 90’s. Outfitted internally as a buffet with seven drawers, the name Seafarer refers to this anchor-like carving motif.