Dave Nichols

Dave keeps adding to his truck fleet. The latest addition is this flat bed trailer hooked to his previously shown Mack three axle tractor. The back-hoe goes back a few years also.  It all makes a very tidy package . Dave tried his hand at a cup and saucer made of Mahogany, and managed to turn this very delicate set, along with a hand carved spoon. 

Dave added another Wrecker to his truck collection, this one in Poplar, is painted red Dave  continues to amaze with his series of wheeled and tracked vehicles.  Check out this Bulldozer.

Dave brought this piece that featured Mallard Ducks in flight.  Dave’s Intarsia pieces show much skill and patience.

One of a series of twelve clocks Dave made.

Dave's  depiction of a golfer about to tee off.  Dave used a Scroll saw pattern from Scroller Unlimited, and cut the scene from 1/8” Baltic Birch.  After painting, he attached it to a piece of rough-cut Pine. A plate made of crotch Sassafras.

Dave's outstanding model row-boat

Another example of Dave's expertise with this scroll sawn silhouette of a tractor in a corn field set in a free form border

 Two clocks.  One of Mahogany with a lacquer finish, and one of Maple with three coats of French polish