I was browsing in store that caters to woodworkers when I saw this spectacular piece of wood: flawless, flat, wide enough for a table and outrageously, blatantly purple. Its other quality was its figure that shimmered in the light. I brought it home and thought about it for a year. I knew I would give it walking legs, but how, this time? As long as the four feet touched the ground, did it matter? What would happen if the legs pointed out instead of lengthwise? That’s what I did and this is the result. I was warned the purple would morph to brown and it did. It turned into a lovely pinkish brown that pops under a bright overhead light. 30″H x 43″W x 13.5″D, purpleheart top and padouk legs. 1st place in Woodworking at the 2019 California State Fair and Judges’ Choice, 2nd place in Sculpture at the 2020 virtual Beverly Hills Garden Art Show. It’s still available.