Friday, January 10, 2014
Pine shelf in the shape of New Hampshire's Old Man of the Mountain. The left and right panel each form the Old Man's profile. The top brace in the back has a rough shaped upper edge simulating a pile of rocks or boulders. In the top center of this is an oval area with the Old Man's Profile carved into it. The lower brace has a rough lower edge again simulating rocks. Two flat plain shelves connect to the braces and the two side panels.
Made with 3/4" pine and held together with glue and finish nails, stained with golden oak stain, finished with oil based gloss polyurethane.
Size: about 15 3/4" wide, 17" high, 7" at its deepest point
Date: July 2012
Artist: David S Straughan of Pelham, NH
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