Concept for workspace cafe in downtown Seattle using Suite 200 of Dexter Horton building
In late 2016, Arts Unlimited of Renton (a 501c3) requested my help in producing a 3D model with renderings for marketing purposes, to obtain sponsors for the renovations needed to build a gallery. The model I created is for their 2500 square feet of raw space in downtown Renton, WA. You’ll see in the renderings,…
A work in progress… more to come as it gets completed.
Four species of wood are employed in this project. The table top is made of African Mahogany (aka Khaya). The legs are Cherry and, although shown in the drawing as ebonized, will not likely be stained in the final product. The square inlays are Purpleheart. Framing inlays (around Purpleheart and glass center) are Padouk.
Furnitures sketches of my own design, inspired by various styles.
This is a pencil sketch of Best Western Inn, a motel in East Wenatchee, WA. I sketched it in 1987 as a hobby sketch, years before I took any art classes. The owners liked it and decided to use it in their brochure.