Wine Cellar Cabinet


The Wine Cellar Cabinet stands in the wine cellar of Lake Placid Lodge, in Lake Placid, New York, and is a personal favorite of the artist. The cabinet was built in two pieces—upper and lower—due to the extraordinary size and weight of the finished piece. The upper case can be hung on its own and holds 400 bottles. Leaded glass doors from Goronda, an old Adirondack camp torn down in the 1980s, open to wine racks, and a back wall created from dogwood, corks and wine case boards. The bottom cabinet, with its long counter of polished butternut, can also hold 400 bottles. The Wine Cellar Cabinet is built of solid walnut, hickory and butternut, with mahogany shelving and Hudson River School scenes of Lake Placid on the lower doors.

10' 2" long x 7' tall x 20" deep