SCOTT ROACH

After a ten year career working in the outdoor industry as a mountain guide, sales rep and gear tester, I decided to focus my creative skills building and designing furniture. As my design and creative muscles started to develop I naturally found myself drawn to sculpture. Here I find limitless possibilities to express my curiosity. I am fascinated with texture, and I use it in both sculpture and furniture to invite a viewer in for closer inspection. 

I've been at it now since 1991 and have won several Best in Show awards at some of the top arts festivals in the country. My furniture has been exhibited in the National Museum of Wildlife Art and my pieces are found in collections across North America and as far away as Japan and the Middle East.

-Scott Roach

The Conversation 1
The Conversation 1

Macassar Ebony, Bamboo, Walnut, Steel, Acrylic Paint

A Peaceful Warrior
A Peaceful Warrior

Torched and Tinted Ash, Reclaimed Redwood, Basswood (twigs), Steel, Patina'd Copper

The Conversation 2
The Conversation 2

Macassar Ebony, Walnut, Maple, Steel, Acrylic Paint

The Shaman
The Shaman

Torched and Tinted Ash, Chechen, Box Elder Burl, Patina'd Copper

Break of Day
Break of Day

Macassar Ebony, Carved and Torched Cherry, Maple, Steel, Acrylic Paint

The Prodigal Daughter
The Prodigal Daughter

Maple, Cherry, Box Elder, Patina'd Copper