Ezra | 7 x 29"



Ezra was born through an arduous pursuit.  Philip's desire was to create a piece designed to give the viewer a feeling familiar with experiencing Gothic cathedrals (without looking like a gothic cathedral).  Regardless of Creed, the vast intricacy of an old cathedral stirs something within the human spirit. Anyone familiar with this understands the positive peculiarity. While impossible to bring that FULL feeling into a customer's home, he wanted to make a physical reminder for those who appreciate this feeling.  Ezra is a tribute of sorts to an experience so difficult to articulate.

Physically Building Ezra:
Number of cuts to make one Ezra: 1072
If you strung all of the cuts into one straight line, it would be 223 ft. When package 2,657 inches of cutting, it fits inside a 7 by 29 inch Space

Measures  7 x 29"
Made up of 12 Layers
Hangs vertically with either end at the top depending on what your space needs

Tour of Studio + How its made: Youtube Link 


Every piece of artwork is made in my little studio here in Southern NJ. The wooden panels are constructed from various plywoods, which means that each one turns out slightly different depending on the grain and how the wood accepts the stain. Most commonly, the wooden pieces are created from Mahogany, Red Oak, and White Birch. The different layers are sometimes stained different colors in order to bring out the design's depth. It also adds more aesthetic texture to an already lively appearance. Note, the appearance will change throughout the day depending on the light.