- Materials: beach rock, juniper, abalone, walnut, sand, tempered glass
- Concept comes from aerial view of a tree (walnut burl hexagon is the trunk, abalone is cambium layer, cross-sectioned juniper branches are the limbs and the rocks represent the ground)
- Abalone found on Sonoma coast, CA and cut, shaped and sanded by hand
- Rocks found on Sonoma coast, CA
- Each rock is epoxyed to its own mini wood platform of varying height to ensure level surface.
- Coarse black sand (found on SF bay are beach) is adhered to rocks and branches with thin epoxy
- Juniper found in Lake Tahoe area
- Juniper/walnut base pieces connected with flush joinery
- Abalone diamonds (9) inlayed into walnut trim and (2) into lower walnut connecting piece.
- Abalone squares(4) inlayed into walnut bottom stretchers
- Abalone hexagons (2) inlayed into top and bottom walnut hexagons
- Tempered glass sealed into trim to prevent liquid damage
- Base can be detached for transport
- Multiple coats of satin polyurethane