TOKLAT GALLERY
Hello My Friends, 

The last newsletter was probably TMI and it was hugely time consuming.  Because I love Kathy's jewelry, it was also fun to do. So this time - larger images and no text (see detail page at end). I am challenged with sizing of images (they just seem to randomly disappear or are on page 4 instead of 2). And the taking of photos - if only some of that skill had rubbed off. I am undaunted. The gallery, thanks to the 7 Decades celebration, has once again some wonderful and unique furniture. The love of hand crafted furniture did rub off!
 
I will be in the gallery all spring, working on archiving and choosing photos for a summer 7 Decades celebration. Date to follow shortly. In the meantime, come and visit - I will welcome a break from the excel spread sheet.
THE TABLES OF TOKLAT PLUS SOME IDEAS FOR ACCESSORIES (DOES NOT PERTAIN TO GIRL AND DOGS!)

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The details
 
A/  $12,000:   40 by 42 inch by 1 inch thick petrified wood slab by Mother Nature (base not for sale).
 
B/  $4,500:   "Snow Goose" by Steve Kentz.  Yule Marble.  22" long x 11" deep x 12" high.
           Have you read The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico? 
 
C/  $3,600:   Sofa table by Jim Brushaber and Grant Louwagie.  54" long x 18" wide x 32" high.
Cherry base by Jim.  Painting coated with resin top by Grant.
 
D/  $650:   "Master Mouser" barn owl by Nick Eason.   Box elder burl, mahogany base. 12" long x 7" deep, 14" high. 
 
E/  Lynne, Liwu and Harper.  Portrait by Doug Franklin
 
F/  Ideas for accessories:  Jerry Wedekind Aspen wood burl turnings (on top shelf), glass by Ambrosia Glass  Art and Robert Burch, contemporary segmented wood sculpture on bottom shelf and on table by Bill  Inverso.  Please call for sizes and prices.         
           
G/$ 4,600:  Figured Claro Walnut live edge top with Black Walnut base by Bill Inverso  70" long x 17" deep x  32" high. 
 
H/  Liwu.  Portrait by Doug Franklin   
 
I/  $6,000:  Table by one of the great elder craftsmen of the Roaring Fork Valley - H. Robert Johnson.  Walnut top with carved edge, ash legs with carved walnut center attachment. 
39" long x 23" wide x 28" high
 
J/  $400:  (each) Wabi sabi bowls by Bill Burch.  Wabi sabi is the quintessential Japanese aesthetic.  It is  a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent & incomplete.  Additional colors available.
9 ½" ( approximate) diameter, 9 ½" tall.
 
K/  $1,400:  Glass and iron table by Sean McWilliams:  
37" long x 16" wide x 28" high
 
L/  Segment wood turnings by Matthew Mueller.  Back row $1,300 each.  Front row $1,000  each.


If you haven't - or even if you have! - been to the gallery in a while, here is a two minute video of the gallery:  ww.toklatgallery.com/tour

Also, if you haven't watched this ten minute video of the reveal of Veryl Goodnight's Legends of Ashcroft, I recommend it:  www.toklatgallery.com/legends

Below is a beautiful giclee of Veryl Goodnight's "Legends of Ashcroft" numbered 1 through 75, signed by Veryl. $300 each




Toklat Gallery, on Two Rivers Road  at Riverside Plaza
(intersection of Two Rivers Road and Midland Avenue)

 Sandy and Ol' Goliath
 Larry Lefner, Sculptor
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