New Orleans Museum of Art
Someone asked where my work might be found in public collections:
In 1991 I made a lectern that used a simple marquetry graphic with a figure/ground relationship. There were eleven identical faces and hands running around the three sides, looking as if the person were addressing the audience. The lower part of the piece was done by coopering staves into the required curves. This is similar to the construction of the Three Mile Island Desk.
The woods are padouk and bubinga with the marquetry out of holly.