Extremely fine quality, campaign style, tall chest of drawers by Widdicomb with beautiful tone, graining and finish. This is the companion piece to the previously listed chest. Also available are a matching pair of side tables and a beautiful king size bed and frame. Chest measures 40" l., 21" w., 44" h. American, mid 20th c. SOLD
Sensational pair of high gloss, black lacquered armchairs in the manner of James Mont, by Century Furniture Company. They have traditional Asian elements with brass accents. Seats are upholstered in a faux leopard. Seat height is 17 inches. American, mid 20th c. SOLD
Wonderful nostalgic and child like images mix with lots of Oli's poetic ramblings in this mixed media work on canvas. Metallic paints on the very colorful patchwork background add an additional layer of richness to this piece. 44" l., 30" w. Canadian, 2011 SOLD
Beautiful Neo-Classical style table and chairs by Drexel Furniture. Table is a round table which measures 44" in diameter and 30" high. It has 3 leaves, each of which measure 12". Total length with all leaves in is 80". There are six chairs, 4 side chairs and 2 arm chairs, which have been newly reupholstered in a cream cotton velvet. Each chair has an antiqued brass medallion on it's x back. American, c. 1959 SOLD
This piece is from a series inspired by Helene's time spent in the Arctic. The way Helene works with line and shape, as well as the way she layers and overlaps area of flat color to create the tension in her work feels akin to some of the Colorfield artists and Rothko in particular. Mixed media on canvas, 60" w. and 48" h. SOLD
During the month of December 10% of the profits from every sale at Michael Thomas, whether it is a candle, a piece of furniture, or a painting, will be donated to the Children's Aid Society of Northumberland County. The Children’s Aid Society of Northumberland is a not for profit organization that has been serving this community since 1895. They offer a broad range of services including child protection, family support, foster care, counselling, adoption services, prevention services....... and hope for a lot of kids for the future.
This year's Christmas window was conceived with our charity of the season, The Children's Aid Society, in mind. I wanted a window that would be playful and colorful. I started with the material this time as inspiration. I bought yards and yards of red and green felt, not sure exactly where I was going with it. Felt has a nice, nostalgiac feel, kid-like simplicity and warmth to it. I wanted to take this somewhat old-fashioned material in a modern direction. After cutting lots of masonite and felt, lots of painting (the lime green trees were a last minute idea) and lots and lots of spray adhesive, the modern forest with red doves flying overhead is finished just in time to bring in the month of December and the Christmas season.