Al Steunenberg's Projects

Al Steunenberg
A very unique bird house. July 2010
Al Steunenberg
Comb Back Windsor Chair made in his own shop. April 2009
Another of his graceful classic Windsor Chairs.
Another of his graceful classic Windsor Chairs. Feb. 2009
A spindle caliper designed by an East Coast Chair Maker Pete Galbert.
A spindle caliper designed by an East Coast Chair Maker Pete Galbert. Jan. 2009

A couple of outstanding Windsor Chairs. Jan. 2008

A marvelous sleigh made for a grandson. Julian Hanson, did the wonderful 'Rose mulling' painting on the sleigh.
A marvelous sleigh made for a grandson. Julian Hanson, did the wonderful 'Rose mulling' painting on the sleigh. Dec. 2007

Side Table.
This beautiful side table is a result of Al 'the woodworker' and Peg 'the artist'. The Steunenberg's make a great artistic team as shown in this table. Aug 2007

May 2006 Rocking Windsor Chair.
May 2006 Two Windsor Stools.
Dec. 2005 Fan Back Windsor Arm Chair.
July 2005 Sack Back Windsor Chair he made in Michael Dunbar's class in New Hampshire recently.
Dec. 2004 A marvelous bear paw print box.
May 2004 Two inlayed boxes with fine hand cut dovetails and inlaid brass plates. They were made for wedding gifts. Although the boxes are virtually identical, Al indicated that each one presented different problems. He was hopeful that each subsequent box would be easier. It didn't seem to work that way.
March 2004 A lovely lidded box prototype using brass inlay around the burl top.
Dec. 2003 A circa 1850 Pine Entry Table.
Feb. 2003 box to hold coasters his wife, Peg, hand painted.
Dec. 2002 Al made a shop cabinet with movable support for magazines.
July 2002 Al made a workbench that has a replaceable hard board top and conveniently placed drawers for tools.
Apr. 2002 Bedside cabinet made from recycled alder.
2002 Table top displaying inlayed stylized renditions of both brown and black bear paw prints and western rattlesnake pattern.
2002 Mahogany Table Top
2002 Pine Headboard with beautiful wildlife painting by Al's wife Peg.
( 7 ) Pine Table.
( 6 ) Whimsical willow table in the Adirondack tradition. Lamp of weathered barn boards with a miners antique candle holder displayed in front.
( 5 ) European/Early American design side table with cherry panels and top with butterfly inlays. Made with alder, cherry and pine. Finished with green milkpaint and polyurethane.
( 4 ) Armoire unit slides into a pre-existing closet space. Features two triangular doors and two drawers on runners beneath. Pine with alder cockbeading around all doors and drawers. Green milkpaint with polyurethane tungoil finish.
( 3 ) Oak gun cabinet with paneled doors and Polyurethane Tung Oil finish.
( 2 ) Prairie style end table with breadboard and lower drawer. Alder with rosewood inlays and lacquer finish.
( 1 ) Oak bookcase with polyurathane finish.



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