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Creator: Michael Moran and Celia Gibson
Club Chair with Walnut Banded Barrel Back and Hand-Turned, Tapered Legs
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
Our barrel form, fit to your body, sits atop four hand-turned and tapered legs. As the back band meets the line of the arm and joins the face frame, a three-way mitered joint unites ...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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Upholstery, Cotton, Walnut

Prime Bench in Curly, Spalted Maple with Walnut Legs and Copper Capped Feet
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
Edition of eight. Our five-legged bench is a juxtaposition of dark with light, so subtle details reflect the quiddity of each material used. The substantiality of the bench top is softened with elegant hand-cut bevels on both the top and bottom of each corner. Through-cut black walnut legs, wedged with a sliver of blonde Maple, pick out the ambling lines of near-black spalting which cross the mesmerizing curly pattern of this Maple’s grain. Each of the five hand-turned and tapered legs is capped with a bright copper foot. The piece receives multiple coats of a clear, high durability citrus-based Tung oil finish. Acer. One day a man went out into his Pennsylvania forest and planted a tree. A maple. One day that man’s grandson, in an effort to promote good stewardship of his family’s land, felled that same tree. She was past her prime, he would know as a tree farmer in his own right; signs of decay setting into the golden waves just hinted at beneath her thick hide of bark those selfsame signs are the beautiful streaks of near-black which dance along this Maple’s curling grain. She wouldn’t be the same tree without these age lines, and she couldn’t have stood sentinel in her Pennsylvania forest with them. This is a story of heritage, commitment and stewardship. If your time frame is a constraint, please be in touch to discuss possibilities. Please be in touch with us if you would like to discuss custom work. Many of the pieces we create at Moran Woodworked Furniture...
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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

Materials

Copper

Prime Tea Table in Curly, Spalted Maple with Turned Walnut Legs Capped in Copper
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
Edition of 15. This three-leg design centers around the through-cut joinery affixing the subtly beveled edge of the curly Maple top with the Black Walnut base. A graphic wedge of Maple in this joint bisects the circular face of each Walnut leg. To varying degrees, near-black runnels of spalting mix with wavy three-dimensional curl in the blonde grain of the table surface. These unique patterns are picked out by their juxtaposition with dark, hand-turned and tapered legs, each of which is capped with a bright copper foot. The piece receives multiple coats of a clear, high durability citrus-based Tung oil finish. Acer. Maple. One day a man went out into his Pennsylvania forest and planted a tree. A Maple. One day that man’s grandson, in an effort to promote good stewardship of his family’s land, felled that same tree. She was past her prime, he would know as a tree farmer in his own right; signs of decay setting into the golden waves just hinted at beneath her thick hide of bark—those selfsame signs are the beautiful streaks of near-black which dance along this Maple’s curling grain. She wouldn’t be the same tree without these age lines, and she couldn’t have stood sentinel in her Pennsylvania forest with them. This is a story of heritage, commitment and stewardship. Please be in touch with us if you would like to discuss custom work. Most of the pieces we create at Moran Woodworked Furniture...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

Materials

Copper

Loveseat with Walnut Banded Barrel Back, Hand-Turned Legs and Tufting
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
A new iteration which echoes that of our chairs of the same name, the loveseat, shown here in walnut with green cotton upholstery and two rows of button tufting, uses an elongated ba...
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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

Materials

Walnut, Cotton

Charred End Table in Loblolly Pine with Single Drawer and Triangular Legs
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
Charred Geometric Commode, Edition of 25. Here our single drawer modern interpretation of the traditional bedroom mainstay is rendered in charred Loblolly Pine; with mitered edges, the undulating texture wraps the case in deep color. As a counter point, the graphic, triangular hand-tapered legs remain clear and golden. A single deep drawer opens with a gentle pull from underneath the drawer's face. The cabinet is scaled for a place beside the bed or sofa with room for a lamp, several books and a glass of water. The Charred Collection evolved from the traditional roots of ancient Japanese wood construction, which emphasized a need for rot and bug tolerance while maintaining a consistent structural integrity. Our burning process, based on this model, entails binding three boards into a chimney for a controlled burn over a small firebox. The resulting boards are wire brushed and receive multiple coats of a clear zero VOC, water based finish. This ensures their durability, functionality and longevity as an elegant and unexpected addition to a space. Pinus teada l. This massive Pine was the last of her age in the North Charleston neighborhood where it had grown stout over 80 plus ripe years. Too stately to go to waste and so as not to end her days as mulch at the city dump, we endeavored, with the support of a local tree service, to have her cut into long lengths for our use. The striking wood garnered from her trunk, with pale stripes and blueing from Charleston's humid climate, has made each of the pieces made from this Loblolly a unique celebration of Pine’s stria-like grain and the environment in which this tree grew. If your time frame is a constraint, please be in touch to discuss possibilities. This design can be customized in both scale and material. Warm Cherry and bright brass both pair beautifully with charred Pine, and widening the case allows it to sit comfortably alongside a king size bed. We also use this technique regularly on larger custom items like sideboards, daybeds and credenzas as well as on smaller lamps and bookends. Please be in touch with us if you would like to discuss custom work. Most of the pieces we create at Moran Woodworked Furniture...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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Pine

Woven Hanging Sculpture, Binding What's Lost, in Bookmatched Ash and Silk
By Moran Woodworked Furniture, Michael Moran and Celia Gibson
Located in Gallatin, NY
American Ash is currently experiencing a catastrophic blight caused by the emerald ash borer, a non-native beetle thought to have been brought to America in shipping materials from overseas while in a dormant state. This hanging piece is a bookmatched of two 1/16” slices of Ash, unique in color, figure and shape. The 26 Ash strips are woven together using organic remnant silk as the weft threads in a three over one herringbone pattern, the same pattern used in the famous burial shroud, the Shroud of Turin. The frame is handmade by the artist in black painted Ash. Drawing from both historical weaving patterns and their applications as well as from series of tree related biological blights and human driven near-extinction events, this series of sculptures, one of which is available for purchase here, asks about our ability to recognize and heal the harms we cause. Can we bind the things we are actively tearing apart and recognize our fragile reliance on the very thing we are damaging before it is too late? Each piece of wood used in this collection came from an ecologically and environmentally sound source. Blending textile and tree in woven panels of wood, each from a dead or dying species, they have been bound back together with silk utilizing the three- hop pattern found in the Shroud of Turin, questioning whether these will be the stitches to heal our damages or the burial shroud they will be wrapped it. There are three sculptures which have been created in this series to date. In addition to Ash, Moran has woven one in Chestnut and one in Redwood Root. Please contact us for more information. Weaving, inverting, book-matching, layering and framing become an act of contemplation in Michael James Moran...
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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

Materials

Silk, Ash

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Canyon Dining Table in Live Edge Walnut and Brass Inlay with Trestle Base
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Things I've found, things that have found me 6. The lightning struck branches of this Poplar came to Moran via an old friend and former professor. The unique pale white and light mossy green color already inherent in Poplar contrasted with the char of a lightning strike has intrigued him for years. This first piece created with the wood is driven by the contrast of natural lines and human made lines; the shapes we make, the shapes nature makes and the tension between them. The graphic pale Poplar with its natural lighting charred center is framed in mitered Cherry with a hand-rubbed tung oil finish and set off against a matte black hand-painted surround. Every element of Moran's sculptures and frames are made by him in his workshop in New York's Hudson Valley. To date, there are seven unique works in this series, of which this is number six. Please be in touch for images of the entire series. Five of the seven sculptures are pictured in the last slideshow image. Things I've Found, Things That Have Found Me has manifested as an ever growing collection of works, nicknamed Lignum Novis which roughly translates to unique or odd wood. Each piece, though presented in the same Cherry framed format, is a combination of exploration, adaptation, simple surprise and adoration of the characteristics of wood. Through framing, curious moments of arboreal happenstance are set apart. Whether it is painstakingly carving a rounded band out of a single block of Cherry, finding pleasing shape and design in lightning struck Poplar or simply being awed by the traces of new limb growth left encased in the grain of an old Chestnut Oak, each piece has both been found and found me. Weaving, inverting, book-matching, layering and framing become an act of contemplation in Michael James Moran...
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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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Cherry, Poplar, Paint

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By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
Located in Gallatin, NY
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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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2010s American Modern Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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Hand-Carved Walnut and Sand Cast Iron Shovel Framed in Walnut
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2010s American Minimalist Michael Moran and Celia Gibson Furniture

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Two Sisters End Table, Edition of 8. Each Chestnut Oak case is comprised of an inch thick single board, which, with mitered corners, wraps around each piece. Every knot and whorl is carefully considered as we select the orientation of the board given the scale of the design. Hand-turned and tapered legs and drawer pull in deepest Black Walnut compliment the warmth of the Oak. Each drawer, gliding along on ball bearing slides, is built in solid Oak with an accent panel of Walnut as the drawer bottom. Use a pair along side of the bed or one next to your favorite reading chair. Quercus prinus. Perched over the Patomic, two sisters built twin houses, one in red brick and the other in white. Around them and between them was Chestnut Oak after Chestnut Oak. But the passing years have taken a toll on those trees, and the landscape no longer looks quite the same as it did in the 1930s when those two sister's had their architect hand draw portraits of the houses and the land in which they were settled. Now my parents own one of those twin houses. And when one of the last those giant Chestnut Oaks began to die, we were their first call. Please be in touch with us if you would like to discuss custom work. Many of the pieces we create at Moran Woodworked Furniture...
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Hand-Carved Walnut and Sand Cast Iron Hammer Framed in Walnut
By Michael Moran and Celia Gibson, Moran Woodworked Furniture
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If no other tool resides in one’s home, it is the necessary, the ubiquitous carpenter’s hammer. Hand-carved from a solid piece of Black Walnut from the smooth arc of the forked claw ...
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Michael Moran and Celia Gibson furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Michael Moran and Celia Gibson furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Michael Moran and Celia Gibson were created in the modern style in united states during the 21st century and contemporary. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Moran Woodworked Furniture, Angelo Montaperto, and Montaperto Studios. Prices for Michael Moran and Celia Gibson furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $725 and can go as high as $4,200, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,643.

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