RobGorrell

Rob Gorrell - Exploring functional folk art.

Belleville, West Virginia · 72 Sales

RobGorrell

Rob Gorrell - Exploring functional folk art.

Belleville, West Virginia 72 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(37)

Announcement   I just came back from a nearly sold out show. It is going to take a couple of months to get more items ready for my shop. Thanks for checking in.

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Last updated on Sep 6, 2016

I just came back from a nearly sold out show. It is going to take a couple of months to get more items ready for my shop. Thanks for checking in.

Rob Gorrell

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Rob Gorrell

Brady's Heavy Duty Lantern - antiqued
$90.00
English Ship Lantern - antiqued
$140.00
English Ship Lantern
$160.00
Connecticut Sconce
$18.00
Sophia's night light
$80.00
Antiqued Square Ship's Lantern
$100.00
Sophia's Round Lantern
$100.00
Mustard Tramp Art Frame
$65.00
Blue Tramp Art Frame
$75.00
Tramp art starburst frame
$200.00

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(37)
waldron593

waldron593 on Dec 19, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Excellent shipping. Item arrived in great condition. My husband will enjoy this great box. Thanks so much for your prompt reply and special packing.

lesmotsdevent

lesmotsdevent on Apr 19, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautifully crafted, super well packaged and fast delivery

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About

Exploring folk art in all it's glory.

Throughout my life I have been trying to find my place creatively in this world. At various points it has been either a full-time or part time passion, depending on my employment situation at the time.

I tend to try everything. I started selling pine furniture back during what I call the "Blue Duckie Period" of craft shows back in the early 80's. Later, after a break of a few years I became DEEPLY involved with rustic furniture and sold rustic furniture around the northeast states for about 10 years. That sort of ran its course and I was once again searching.

It's funny how life circles back on us. Years ago I wanted to have a shop that was mostly hand tool powered. But it always seemed that production overruled and I ended up with a shop full of power tools. Lots of noise, dust and stress.

Now, decades later, my personal desires, health issues and life-long interest in the old ways of working, have brought me back to that point. but now I have packed most of the power tools into storage and am making most of my work with mostly hand tools.

Now, instead of trying to make 10 at a time of something, I can enjoy a quiet, dust free shop as I make 1 or 2 of something. Life is good.

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    I have been creating in some form since I was a kid building forts in the woods and collecting rocks and bones. I strive to always be learning new techniques and finding ways to use them in my work.

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