Mark Burnham

·         Picture Framing

·         Birdhouses

·         Unusual Carpentry





Meet the Nestors, shown here on display in the 18th Annual Sculpture in the Garden exhibition at the North Carolina Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill.  Nestor is wearing a UNC cap but can be customized with any headgear.  Mopsy is similarly flexible.  Their daughter, little Wren, is intended for smaller species.  Birds enter the left ear.  Click the photo for a larger view.







Surely you need a jamb cat.  This charming wooden cat sits securely on any door jamb or window frame that projects by a quarter inch or so.  It's reversible.  Perhaps you need several . . . .  Click the photo for a larger view




As every gardener knows, the best offense is a good deer fence!  The fresher the breeze, the faster this fellow pounds the fence post between the hungry deer and his tomato plants.  He's also shown on display at the 18th Annual Sculpture in the Garden exhibition.  Click the photo for a larger view.  Other designs are available, including a man sawing wood, a kicking mule, and a woman churning butter.  Please give us a call if you'd like to discuss a custom theme.




This print of an antique map of Tallahassee, Florida, which hangs in the chairman's office of the Department of Biological Science at Florida State University, is framed in our trademark weathered barnboard.  Click the photo for a close-up detail of the frame.






Have a special project in mind?  We'd be happy to discuss it.  Shown here is a custom display case in the form of a gardener's potting bench, commissioned by a construction company.  Click the photo for a larger view.