Ruben GuajardoWoodworker2383 6th Street, La Verne, CA 91750Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Oak Tree, a wall-mounted wood sculpture, made of oak, approximately 6 ft. wide by 5 ft. high by 6 in. deep, modeled on the Blue Oaks of the southern Sierra Nevada foothills. Ruben works alone producing one-of-a-kind woodworking pieces made to order. Working since 1974, his projects have included abstract wood sculpture, landscape carvings, and custom-designed furniture. Ruben Guajardo speaking at the grand opening of the public library of the City of La Verne, California. The doors and windows in the entryway were carved from an oak that once stood in a local schoolyard. Seal of the City of La Verne, CA, presented to the city council. The background images depict scenes from the history of La Verne. Carved front door and side window doors. Side doors can open for ventilation. Two Guajardo chairs flank this entrance. Carved doors for chapel at Hillcrest Homes, La Verne, California. Extended tree sculpture integrated with the earlier carved chapel doors at Hillcrest Homes, La Verne, California. Entrance doors for LaVerne Heights Presbyterian Church. The glass is a hand blown stained glass that is then cut to flatten out for window use and the wood in these carvings is red-oak. The viewer, sitting under a tree in a garden, sees in the distance a love story greater than any love man has ever known. A starry night over a stable in Bethlehem, the Cross, the Empty Tomb, the Road to Emmaus ... or the road to on high. Oak tree entry way for the law office of Flippin and Nasmyth Attorneys at Law, Claremont, California: Door made of Red Oak and hand blown glass with matching oak and ebony lamp. The opening is 5 feet wide by 7 feet tall filled with the two side panels and center door, approximately 6-1/2 inches thick at its thickest point. View through oak tree door to oak tree over fireplace. Craftsman-Styled Lamps made of oak and ebony with oak-carved tree branches on glass panes. Architectural Sculpture oak tree carving and fireplace mantle with craftsman-styled lamps. Oaktree is 8 feet tall by 11 feet wide, extending 7 inches from wall. Carved front door with two trees and leaded glass. Carved black walnut front door and matching rocking chair. Family Tree Carving: A tree carved from many exotic woods with white doves of Poplar wood within the branches representing the family members. Game table with inlaid chess board and accompanying inlaid backgammon board (not shown). Mexican Rosewood gavel, strike plate, and wooden hinged box commissioned by departing city of La Verne mayor Jon Blickenstaff to be presented to incoming mayor Don Kendrick. Gavel and Strike Plate in Box. Communion Cup and Bread Tray: Commissioned for Pastor Kevin Manuel of Berkeley from his wife, Tina. The cup is made from Mexican Coco-Bolo. The bread tray is Fiddleback Maple and Coco-Bolo. Seven foot long Memorial Bench made of Red Oak and Ebony commissioned by the children and staff of Grace Miller Elementary School, La Verne, CA Rocking chair in black walnut. Walnut baby cradle made with or without rockers. A fitted stool made of red oak and ebony for classical guitarist Xuan Truong Vo. Rocking Chair made of red oak and ebony with bent wood rockers. A matched pair of rocking chairs. Pulpit Lectern made of oak and ebony for the chapel at Hillcrest Homes, La Verne, CA. Two tall-back walnut chairs with arms. Walnut roll-top desk with matching upholstered bench. Office desk and matching chair. Included is a roll-top compartment for writing materials. Walnut roll-top desk with two drawers pulled out. Matching chair is not shown. Roll-top desk with small inset carving of a tree. Breakfast table with two matching chairs in walnut.