Use Epoxy For Filling Gaps Bark Inclusions Martin Goebel
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Along with 64,000 or so (at least as of today) other people, I follow Goebel & Co.Furniture on Instagram.The furniture pieces coming out of this St.Louis-based shop are well-built and beefy, with imaginative designs that in many cases make use of live-edge tops that are stabilized with epoxy.
(And take a look at some of the table bases - they're pretty astounding!) So when we were looking for someone to do a video with us on both live-edge work and a contemporary table, Martin Goebel was my immediate choice.
I'm glad he said yes (but sorry I didn't get to go on the shoot).Goebel was traditionally trained in cabinet and furniture making at the College of the Redwoods in Fort Bragg, Calif, after which he spent six years creating custom pieces while completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Fine Arts from the University of Missouri, Saint Louis.
He also earned a Master of Fine Arts in Furniture Design (focusing on digital design) at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design.And in 2011, Goebel returned to his native St.Louis to found his furniture company.
Not everything the company produces uses live-edge pieces, of course - though...