Two. A Chaise for the Princess of Vikingsholm
I’ve considered this as my “signature” piece for many years. I think I made it in the early 1990s while living near Philipsburg, Montana. It is made entirely of Lodgepole pine, mostly from the trunks of small, but old, trees that I found standing dead. The slab seat and backrest are both cut from a large Lodgepole. The spindles are forked branches. The next photo shows it from behind with a buffalo robe as a cushion.