Hone and True. Hone because, though usually the term applies only to sharpening, it also means to make more acute, intense, or effective. In that sense, it applies to my woodwork as I let the wood “speak” by letting its natural beauty drive the final design and highly polished form. True because whether I’m refining and edge or defining an object, I seek to deliver goods and services that are honest, right, and which fully realize the object’s potential. Through Hone & True, I want to create a fusion of artistry and precision, skill and mindfulness, balance and beauty. It’s the next page of my script, after all, McEntire means son of the carpenter. 

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