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Welcome to my online gallery. All items displayed are currently finished and available for immediate purchase. If you require a price for delivery or any further information please contact us.

A full portfolio of my work that can be made to order can be found in my catalogue (see main navigation).


Made in collaboration with Orcadian designer, Kirsteen Stewart, this footstool combines Kirsteen’s designer fabric with my furniture design for a stunning and unique piece. Cata is named after Cata Sands in Sanday, Orkney. The fabric design is reminiscent of the pattern left behind on the sand when the tide goes out.

900mm x 900mm x340mm high

St. Magnus

The engraved stained glass panel in this mirror features one of three stone carvings that can be found on the east wall of St. Magnus Cathedral. They are located above wooden figures representing the three founders of the Cathedral; Architect KOL, Earl Rognvald and Bishop William the Old.

Cherry, Black Stained Glass
400mm x 800mm

Time to Turn Over a New Leaf

The shift of seasons as time slowly passes is represented in this clock through flowing hand-painted leaves varying in colour from bright Spring to the Autumnal golds.

Ash, Oak, Acrylic Paint
420mm x 420mm

Together as One

The two sides of this mirror are cut from the same piece of wood and then bonded together by four butterfly joints. These mirrors combine the natural beauty of wood with the skill of the maker to hand fit the joints to hold the mirror together.

Orkney Sycamore, Purple Heart
440mm x 690mm

Suilkie Box

Suilkie is an Orcadian word for a ‘pile of something with a hint of disorder’. This is reflected in this box with all sides being smooth, excluding one featuring a more chaotic and angled finish. The contrast between the natural colour of the Oak and the black is achieved by scorching the Oak. This contemporary box may look like a pile of pieces of wood but the lid can be lifted off to find space for storage inside, almost as though it is a hidden box.

210mm x 210mm x 200mm high

Maeshowe Dragon

One of Orkney’s most iconic carvings has been engraved into a piece of stained glass and incorporated into this mirror. The Maeshowe Dragon is believed to have been carved over 800 years ago by Norsemen who broke into Maeshowe.

Orkney Sycamore, Stained Glass
400mm x 800mm

Orkney Straw Basket

Baskets have been around as long as humans have had the need to carry items. They were often made from natural materials that are readily available; oat straw was one of the most commonly used basket making materials in Orkney. The Orkney Furniture Maker combines wood and straw in his unique basket making style. This hand stitched basket features an Oak base and would make a perfect table centre piece in any home.

Oat straw, Sisal String, Oak
510mm diameter x 120mm high

Standing Stones Table

One of Kevin’s most popular and iconic pieces are those which feature Orkney’s famous standing stones. The hand cut marquetry panels on depict the silhouette of some of these iconic stones and the natural figure of the wood captures the beauty of the Orkney skies. This table also features flared legs, a drawer and has a polished Orkney stone top.

Oak, Ebony, Orkney Stone
390mm x 310mm x 510mm high

At The Waters Edge

Inspired by my love of walking the Orkney coastline, this contemporary table combines the use of two very different natural materials. A piece of Scottish Elm set against a piece of Orkney stone represents the natural beauty of the Orkney coastline and the contrasting differences between land and sea, yet demonstrating that beauty and harmony exists between the two. The polishing of a piece of Orkney stone to represent  the sea is a complex and consuming process but the results are a unique table unlike and other natural edge table. The table base is made from Oak which has been blackened using an ancient Japanese technique called Yakisugi.

Scottish Elm, Orkney Stone, Yakisugi Oak
1000mm x 600mm x 470mm high


As well as displaying Kevin’s work in the gallery, you will also find a selection of work from his family and friends. Visitors are always welcome to call past and browse what is on display.