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David Moroz has entered into an agreement with the Oakland County Fair to sell his art furniture and home decor exclusively at the Oakland County Fair beginning July 2019. The fair is held annually at the Springfield Oak Park in Davisburg, Michigan. Along with the reclaimed barnwood and up-cycled furniture pieces, David will debut his very creative table top storage solutions.
For almost 20 years David Moroz has been salvaging a variety of materials from different sources and producing an eclectic mix of tables, lamps, cabinets; whatever the wood and other materials tell him it wants to become. He has helped rescue 200 year old barn wood and hand hewn beams from farms all around Michigan. Habitat for Humanity Re-Stores are a primary source for extraordinary lumber as well as many recycled and re-purposed furniture parts. Other materials are scavenged from a variety of sources, including flea markets, antique stores, estate sales, woodpiles and discards at the side of the road.
Customers interested in any furniture currently available or interested in ordering a custom piece can contact David directly at DavidMorozArt@gmail.com.
Although his "functional art" designs are driven by available materials, he has created numerous custom pieces including dining tables, bars, wall units, and entertainment centers. He welcomes a conversation about custom work, and will happily create a treasured keepsake from materials provided by the customer. Every piece of David Moroz Art Furniture is dated, numbered, and signed by the artist.
David was commissioned to create all of the dining tables, the bar tops and a coffee table for Rock City Eatery in Detroit, Michigan. He was also commissioned to create the mosiac barnwood counters for Pour Inc. in Royal Oak, Michigan.
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