Thomas Dahike cabinet.

Maine woodworker, sculptor and furniture maker Thomas Dahlke’s sense of visual humor extends to tables, desks and cabinets with deer feet, sheep legs and horses’ hooves, all beautifully carved and embellished with miniature paintings. Each piece in Dahlke’s architectural furniture series is built in the shape of the original historic building, but his scope extends much further. Whether it’s building a circular stair, figuring out a Charles Rennie Mackintosh chair, or how to make hand-cut dovetails look like miniature logs, Tom Dahlke loves the challenge of tough design problems.
“Cunningham Fly Cabinet”, storage cabinet for fly fishing gear. Silver maple, basswood, cherry and river rock. 39″ x 24″ x 37″.
Bath, ME 04530;Wood