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Michael Gullberg

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Man__adapting
Man, Adapting, 2007 Oil on Reclaimed Wood Panel - Frame Made of Reclaimed Cherry, Walnut and Blackened Ivy Vines 6 3/4" X 12 1/2" © Michael Gullberg
Wood_rose_1
Wood Rose, 2007 Oil on Reclaimed Wood Panel/frame Made of Reclaimed Cherry, Walnut and Blackened Ivy Vines 4 3/8" X 14 1/2" © Michael Gullberg
Godhead
godhead, 2007 Oil on Reclaimed Wood Panel - Frame Made by Artist Using Reclaimed Cherry, Walnut and Blackened Ivy Vines 6 5/8" X 12 1/2" © Michael Gullberg
Soo-na-mee_1
Soo-na-mee - Diptych, 2007 Oil on Reclaimed Wood Panel - Frame Made by Artist Using Reclaimed Cherry, Walnut and Blackened Ivy Vines 4 1/4" X 21 1/2" Each Panel © Michael Gullberg
Termite_king_declares_checkmate
Termite King Declares Checkmate, 2008 Oil on Reclaimed Wood Panel 17" X 17" © 2008. Michael Gullberg
Roots_run_so_deep
Roots Run So Deep, 2008 Oil on Maple Ply W/carved Walnut Frame - All Materials Reclaimed 24" X 44" © 2008. Michael Gullberg
Deep_forest_charmer_works_overtime
Deep Forest Charmer Works Overtime, 2008 Oil on Maple Ply - Frame Made of Walnut and Maple Roots - All Materials Reclaimed 21" X21" © 2008. Michael Gullberg
On_earth_as_it_is_in_the_sea
On Earth As It Is In The Sea, 2008 Oil on Maple Ply - Frame Made of Walnut, Apricot and Ivy Vines 18" X 8 1/4" © 2008. Michael Gullberg
Flying_the_coop
Flying the Coop, 2008 Oil on Maple Ply With Carved Walnut Frame 30" X 10 1/2" © 2008. Michael Gullberg
And_you_will_know_them_by_the_size_of_their_heads
Rectangular_image_1_-_no_text
© Michael Gullberg
Michaelgullberg_king_of_the_trees
© Michael Gullberg
Selfportrait_1_-__2009
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I am a self-taught artist and woodworker.  There have been a few individual classes that I have attended over the years, but mostly, when I want to learn about something I grab a book and read.  Then I get my hands dirty and make lots of mistakes and missteps through a long drawn out trial and error process.  Usually when I am finally frustrated with myself and the process I have some minor breakthrough that keeps me coming back for more learning and more creating.  It's quite a bit like life,isn't it?  This is the path to mastery and it is all in the doing, not in the talking.  So that's it.