Anthony H. Williams and Robin Lee Berry's furniture as Log Art Inc. has been proud to have their work featured  in numerous national publications. Being featured with other gifted rustic craftsmen is inspirational and an honor.

Our work is featured in the recent publication:
Adirondack Home, Ralph Kylloe, 2005
Hardcover - 256 pages , Gibbs Smith Publisher
To Order:
(518)696-4100 or Email info@ralphkylloe.com

Autographed, first edition copies can be preordered 
from Ralph at the Ralph Kylloe Gallery. Special discount for newsletter subscribers!

"I feel at such peace in my bedroom. It's as if I am connected to the energy of the trees. You did such a wonderful and creative job making the furniture and I fell so much love went into making it, that maybe it's more the energy and sprit from you that is in the trees themselves. Whatever it is, it's a wonderful, soulful feeling I get from it. THANK YOU from the depths of my heart!"..................Rhonda Getty, client, Geg Harbor, Washington




  • Adirondack Home, Ralph Kylloe, 2005

  • Log Home Design Ideas, 2004

  • Log Home Living, 2002

  • Log Homes Illustrated, 2001

"...Tony and Robin are not to be underestimated themselves. Their staircases and railings were extremely well made and blended beautifully with the homes where they had been installed. Their furniture was masterfully crafted and was inspiring, inviting and functional. There are lots of people out there doing bark-off cedar but Tony and Robin are artists. They are definitely museum quality people. They go way beyond the ordinary and enter the often seemingly unobtainable realm of the artistic..."
Ralph Kylloe, Author ot the worlds most definitive books on rustic. www.ralphkylloe.com

"It looks like a bed that would be slept on by Titania and Oberon, King and Queen of the fairies in Shakespears "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Or maybe a bed for an elaborate operatic production of " Sleeping Beauty".............Karen McCarthy, Traverse the Magazine Nov. 1994

"..........something you'd find in the bed chamber of Elron, King of the Elves of Rivendell in Middle Earth......someday, long after it's existence for generations as a family heirloom, this bed will surely be a museum piece.".........Robert Downes, editor Northern Express, from cover article vol. 14#16


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