Spring Art Walk featured artist: Woodworker Tim Carney holding his last show

MARGA LINCOLN For the Independent Record

When the wood speaks – Tim Carney listens.

Over the years – it’s spoken really beautiful things to him.

A few of them are on display now at 1+1=1 Gallery that he co-owns with his wife, Maureen Shaughnessy:

A gracefully inviting “Day’s End” rocking chair made from walnut and quilted-birch;a captivating “Caldera,” bistro table made from a maple burl; andseveral curved wood floor lamps with dancing-shape flow – “Snowdrop” and “Snowdrop Drift.”

‘Day’s End’ rocker’ and ‘Snowdrop’ lamp designed and crafted by Tim Carney are on exhibit at 1+1=1 Gallery for Friday’s art walk.

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The works are part of an exhibit, “Contemporary Wood,” that’s on display for the Spring Art Walk, 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 13, and runs through May 21.

Carney will give a casual demo and hold a Q&A on how he designs chairs Friday night. And there will be light food and beverages.

“Contemporary Wood” also features unique turned-wood vessels by Boyd Carson and Tom Robinson.

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