Eric Sprenger Fine Woodwork
For thirty years I have enjoyed a fulfilling career creating wood objects. I have been very fortunate to make a living producing the quality of design and workmanship that is both challenging and rewarding.
While my work has evolved, most noticeably in size, from accessory pieces to furniture and architectural installations, I still choose to work directly with a variety of hand tools. This approach allows me to find a clean, unadorned, form accentuating the figure of the wood. My furniture is often described in sculptural terms because of the perception of movement in the piece.
These images represent the scope of my work. I look forward to each new project, whether it involves one or several pieces for my original design or collaboration
Handmade Original Contemporary Furniture
72 Castle Hill Rd
Wilmington VT 05363
Coffee Table; Cherry and Walnut, 46 x 46 x 16
Cradle; Cherry, 24 x 24 x 36
Desk; Figured Maple Slab and Ebonized Mahogany, 25 x 60 x 29
Dining Table; Figured Maple Slab and Red Oak, 34 x 84 x 30
Wall Mirror; Mahogany, 4 x 32 24 diameter