Elk Drop Point Hunter

An early piece revisited and naturally refinished; hammer-finished reclaimed steel, elk antler, and hand-tanned deer hide trim. For those interested in collecting an earlier work, this is new old stock; one of my few remaining “first round” pieces now refinished and available… Continue reading

Copper Coffee Scoop

Simple is good for this little scoop. Brew a perfect cup of coffee to measure with this hammered copper and forged steel piece. Copper is one of the raw materials that were historically available on Vancouver Island. The beauty of this spoon… Continue reading

Large Leaf Spoon

Hammered copper and forged steel are combined with the technique of hand riveting in this whimsical culinary sculpture piece. Next to knives, kitchen utensils are one of my favorite projects to work on. Each one is slightly different and there is plenty… Continue reading

Automotive Spatula

Reclaimed sheet steel from the side panel of a van is forged and hand riveted with steel rod to create this tough camping spatula. The automotive sheet steel for the blade of this spatula is the very last bit of a piece… Continue reading

Slim Copper Spatula

An adventure in textures, this sculpture piece is as tactile as it is visual with its straight-peened handle and copper accents. One of the reasons I enjoy making kitchen utensils is that they sometimes allow for a very loose flowing creative process… Continue reading

Agricultural Pot Racks

Reclaimed steel from a well-weathered packer finds new purpose in these straight hanging kitchen racks with a variety of hooks. Reminiscent of a traditional sleigh runner pot rack, these pieces are the result of a collaborative project with my grandfather. Three hanging… Continue reading