Moses is an artist and creator of stunning and beautiful pieces of furniture for us at Erik Organic. The beauty and impeccable quality standards that Moses holds his work to make him a highly valued member of our team. You, our customers are our highest priority, and given that, we trust Moses to produce pieces that meet your every need and satisfy exactly what you have been looking for in your new furniture. We know that you will love the work that Moses creates and we would love for you to get to know the artist behind the work!
The day starts at 4:30am for Moses. As the saying goes, the early bird…
gets the worm creates magnificent furniture. Moses has chores and breakfast just like most people, but after that is where Moses transitions from family man to Master Craftsman.
Moses studied with Eli, one of our long time Craftsmen here at Erik Organic, for about 5 years. Moses has now taken over the shop and has built a new facility that is twice the size of the previous shop. Moses expects that production will double with this new place! In this new facility, Moses has invested in new equipment that will help him stay organized and bring the quality of his work to a whole new level.
Here is a photo of Moses’ new show room, where your next table is created!
Moses’ work and mindset is that of a true artist. While crafting each individual piece, his equipment is the brush, the highest quality wood is his canvas, and the best finish that money can buy is the frame for his artwork. Like anything handcrafted, obstacles can arise based on what each customer is looking for. Moses handles each challenge with ease and grace and is constantly learning and looking for ways to improve his process. The artist behind the work is apparent and clear when the finished piece is then hand delivered to each customer.
We know that you will love your furniture from Moses, and all of our craftsmen for that matter. The individualized attention to each curve, corner and texture of your furniture creates something that goes unmatched by anyone else!
When Moses hangs up his “Craftsman” hat and switches back to his “family man” hat, he can look at his sons and rest assured that he has a wonderful craft to pass down to them, but first it’s chores, dinner and rest for another day of hard but rewarding work.