|Lou Quallenberg peeks through the crack in the Mesquite Lectern|
|Lou stands next to the face of the lectern to establish size for the client progress report.|
|Sketch of Mesquite Lectern|
The YouTube video below shows Lou Quallenberg & Shawn Walker as they begin to carve the Mesquite Lectern with a chainsaw.
|Lectern begins to take shape|
|Progress report photos for the client.|
|Lou Quallenberg's Signature Mesquite Bow Tie|
Lou Quallenberg's Signature Bow Tie on the Lectern makes a symbolic cross shape and holds the large crack in place. We have several clients that request the Bow Tie even if it is not required structurally to hold their commissioned piece together. They like Lou's Bow Tie purely as a design element. The Bow Tie on the Mesquite Lectern was also sculpted to add dimension and catch the light . This required an extra thick, BIG Bow Tie in order to to have room to sculpt it.
Lou with Lectern in the shop for @LAST Art Tour before the finish.Photo by John Hallowell - Highland Lakes Weekly
The Mesquite Lectern was professionally photographed by Lou before she was taken on delivery to her new home in the chapel alongside the Dancing Trees.
|Mesquite Lectern by Lou Quallenberg|
|Lou Quallenberg's Mesquite Lectern|
|Shelf DOWN Light UP|
|Shelf UP Light DOWN|
|Light from front in DOWN position.|
|Light side view in DOWN position.|
|Lou Quallenberg with his Mesquite Lectern|
|Arriving at the Chapel in the scenic Texas Hill Country|
|Entering the Chapel|
|Making its way into the Chapel towards the Dancing Trees|
|Mesquite Lectern in its rightful place alongside the Dancing Trees|
|The Dancing Trees and Benches admire their new friend the Lectern.|
|A final touch goodbye|