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Steve Revland goes over a tabletop surface at his Fargo studio in March. J. Alan Paul/ECCE Art Gallery

Fargo furniture maker lets Mother Nature do the work

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FARGO — After nearly 40 years making furniture, Steve Revland is going back to the basics -- the wood.

Known for sleek styles and angular work, Revland is letting Mother Nature design his newest line, what he calls “live-edged, solid furniture.”

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The Fargo artist is doing away with fine veneers and man-made forms. Instead, he’s letting the wood speak for itself, using raw slabs as tops for tables, consoles and benches.

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