Scott and Stephanie, along with their two Great Danes, reside in the rural mountain area of Candy Kitchen New Mexico. The beautiful mountains inspire them to work with what nature provides, to create "One of a Kind" sculptures. Both Scott and Stephanie have always been involved in the arts from an early age, from painting, drawing, scratch boarding to vocal performance. This has evolved into their passion of working with wood together. Scott began his love of woodworking in high school where he showed great promise and an eye for design. Although he is is mostly self taught, he has taken rocking chair classes from famous furniture maker, Sam Maloof, where he was inspired to create his own take on the Maloof style rocker. For over 25 years they created fine furniture that was shipped and delivered all over the U.S. Approximately 14 years ago Scott began carving bowls to have smaller items for art shows. That evolved into carving vessels and sculptures using a chainsaw and grinders, becoming more elaborate and sculptural in design, by creating tunnels, waves and folds. They both love the fact that the vessels and sculptures bring out their artistic freedom and allows them to express their visions from within themselves, working with influences from nature. Another aspect they both love about carving is bringing new life to discarded logs and forest reclaimed woods, such as Alligator Juniper from New Mexico. Endless scouting for just the right logs and burls, brings about abundant possibilities. Carving through into the center of the tree, reveals its life from the beginning to the end; Bringing out the Beauty and Spirit of the tree from within. Scott and Stephanie are award winning artists, showing in museums and galleries and their work is sought after by collectors from all over the world.