Artist/Woodturner David Sullenger handcrafts one-of-a-kind wooden goblets, wine goblets, and chalices from hardwood branches. See the Gallery of these unique gifts for art collectors and wine drinkers. A goblet becomes a cherished family heirloom when part of a wedding or religious ceremony. Each vessel is perfectly suitable for drinking anything from water to wine.
A wood goblet, chalice, or cup handcrafted by artist David Sullenger is a unique, environmentally-friendly drinking vessel. Each piece is handmade from an "ordinary" tree branch and becomes, under David's careful craftsmanship, an extraordinary work of art.
Newlyweds will have an heirloom quality memorial vessel to be shared at special occasions for the rest of their lives. Wood wine goblets impart the "green wedding" feeling and look great with flowers and organic place settings.
Religious leaders of all faiths will appreciate the gift of a ceremonial vessel. They are useful tools for divinity graduates, priests, cantors, and interfaith minister. Their beauty and quality helps create a ritual quality.
Tree Art Studio developed from David Sullenger's work as an artist, sculptor, and furniture designer. His studies include Bachelors and Masters of Art degrees. David's honors include the first prizes at the Irvine Fine Arts Center and Orange County Fair juried exhibitions.
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Laguna Crafts Guild:
Sundays on the Main Beach cobblestones
January 20, February 10, March 3 & 24, April 7 & 28,
May 12 & 26, June 9, September 15, October 13 & 27,
November 10, December 15
Daily June 28 to September 1
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day except July 4 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Note: We will not be doing the Winter Festival