Marquetry Project Marquetry Involves Using Thin Sheets Of Wood Called Veneers To Create Designs You Might Like To Incorporate Some Marquetry Into One Of Your Next Projects Imagine A Beautiful Marquetry Design On A Table Top A Jewelry Box Or Even A Cabinet Cupboard Door The Possibilities Are Endless
Marquetry project marquetry involves using thin sheets of wood called veneers to create designs you might like to incorporate some marquetry into one of your next projects imagine a beautiful marquetry design on a table top a jewelry box or even a cabinet cupboard door the possibilities are endless is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by willard with ID 14033116324 was uploaded on 19-03-2019 and has been viewed 81,220 times.
Decorative Leaf Marquetry is in no way a new art form.Furniture placed in Egyptian tombs thousands of years ago contain inlays of wood, stone, metal and precious jewels.Today, we often see marquetry on antique furniture, from simple inlaid strips to elaborate designs.
Marquetry flourished during the Renaissance when rich European patrons hired artisans to create and apply designs to furniture, trunks, and carriages.With the Industrial Age came the idea that anything hand made was undesirable and marquetry fell into obscurity.
Today, marquetry is experiencing a renaissance of its own.Marquetry artists use many styles, including abstract, multi-media and local genre designs.The methods for producing marquetry are really very simple.
The PatternAny line drawing, even from a child's colouring book, can be used for a marquetry pattern.Generally, it's a good idea to mark the grain orientation on the marquetry pattern.The grain generally runs the long way on each piece in the pattern.
For this composition, we will use the grain of the veneer to represent the veins in the leaf.One of the keys to being successful with marquetry is letting the veneer grain provide the details for the picture.
Preparing the Veneers• Cover one entire side of each piece...