This is a gallery of some of the woodworking projects from our members. Each member's projects are contained in a slide show. Use the arrow buttons next to the images to see other items. Click on the images to get a closer view.
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These are some of the furniture pieces that I've built over the years.
Here are twin desks I made for our twins. One Cherry for our son, and one Tiger Maple for our daughter.
Each desk is made from a single log. The drawers are dovetailed with french bottoms, dust panels, and turned knobs. The back of the desks are frame and panel. Just about every skill needed was new for me when I built these, from dovetails to making a drawer. It was also my first time working with tiger maple.
Just for fun, I included a current picture of the twins from this April.
Walton Rogers, Guild member since 1997.
W. Rogers & Associates
200 Westgate Circle
Annapolis MD 21401
Here's a collection of some of the woodworking I've done over the years ...
The Guild was asked to help with a project called Pearls of the Chesapeake. What was needed was a display cabinet to honor those individuals who had pledged land in the Chesapeake watershed to not be developed and to provide a buffer to help minimize pollution. The map, made by NASA depicts the watershed and ranges from upstate NY to below Richmond VA. In the display case below the map will be documents and a book listing landowners who have pledged property to support the Chesapeake Watershed. Construction of the cabinet required about 70 hours to complete by Don Ames, Paul Dodson and Jim Luck. The work was done in Don's shop and it will be dedicated during the Chesapeake Waterfowl Show in Easton MD in November. The base is panel and frame construction and the top and upper frame are solid walnut with UV resistant plexiglass windows. It uses about 40 board of rough sawn walnut that was donated by Jim Luck.
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