Gallery: James McNabb Transforms Bits Of Scrap Wood Into Intricate Mini...

Woodworking and carpentry are ancient crafts, often passed down through family generations. In our modern cities full of plastic, machine-made everything, the value of slow, lovingly created furniture or decor seems to be all but lost. Thankfully a few master craftsmen still remain to clue us in on what we're missing. James McNabb an artist, designer, and graduate of the MFA program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, is the creative genius behind The City Series, an exhibit that represents a woodworker's journey from the suburbs to the city. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is an interpretation of what it means to make something out of nothing.

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