It took him a while but at last my dear friend Jack Mauch has finally launched his website. For a few years Jack and I taught woodworking at Harvard University, Eliot House. Now Jack is a Core Student at Penland School of Crafts in NC. Penland is one of the Nation’s most prestigious craft teaching institutions. His work, both in wood and in metal is intriguing, often humorous, and above all meticulously executed and enriched with perfect details. Here are some images of Jack’s latest creations and a link to his website…
Coffee Table: basswood, milkpaint, holly and maple veneer
Wire inlay: Cherry cutting board with brass wire inlay.
Bride and Groom – Spoons: cast pewter, ebony, bone. Base: fabricated pewter
Salt & Peper: pewter, pewter patina
Tripod chair, 2012
Ash. 16 x 16 x 32 inches.
Cherry, milk paint