Scroll work is very different from turning and is often called flatwork because it usually creates two-dimensional objects. These can be as simple as a binding winder or as complex as a jigsaw puzzle.

A different type of scroll work, known as intarsia, uses contrasting wood and contoured pieces to give a three dimensional look to the artwork.

The same ethic used for turnings is used to select wood for scrolling. We use either locally sourced and repurposed Missouri wood, or imported Olive from the Holy Land. Finishes on the scrollwork are natural and green.